Slaughter and May advised on the demerger of M&G plc from Prudential plc

21 Oct 2019

Slaughter and May has advised Prudential plc (Prudential) and M&G plc (M&G) on the demerger of M&G from Prudential. The demerger became effective on 21 October 2019, when M&G’s shares were admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange. 


Advice to Prudential plc led by: Roland Turnill (partner), David Watkins (partner), Chris Tolley (associate), Amandeep Bains (associate)

Advice to M&G led by: Susannah Macknay (partner), Harry Bacon (partner), Julian Ried (associate), Tom Whitney (associate)

The wider team advising Prudential and M&G includes:

Corporate: Yvonne Lee (senior counsel), Oliver Gratton (associate), Thomas Peacock (associate), Carla Edney (associate), Kate Hogan (associate), Richard Bishop (trainee), Edward Rochford (trainee); Financing: Guy O’Keefe (partner), Kevin Howes (associate), Kieran Turton (associate), David Hay (associate); Financial regulation: Jan Putnis (partner), David Shone (associate), Tom Hilton-Stevens (associate); Tax: Mike Lane (partner), Kyle O’Sullivan (associate); IP/IT: Susie Middlemiss (partner), Laura Houston (associate), Georgina Hoy (associate), Tom Sharpe (associate); Employment and incentives: Padraig Cronin (partner), Ian Brown (senior counsel), Rosemary Nelson (associate); Pensions: Dan Schaffer (partner), David Pemberton (associate); Data protection: Rebecca Cousin (partner), Duncan Mykura (associate)

Hong Kong: Peter Lake (partner), Clara Choi (partner), Nicola Lui (associate), Mike Ringer (associate), Jiayi Li (associate)

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