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About Samuel Sun

Sam is a corporate associate in our global transaction group in London, specialising in advising clients on public and private M&A transactions and general corporate and listed company matters.

During his time at Freshfields, Sam has spent time on secondment at the firm's Singapore office. 

Recent work

UKGI in relation to HMT’s trading plan and sale of shares in NatWest Group

General Atlantic's BeyondNetZero on its lead investment in Venterra's fourth fundraising round of £150 million

Macromill, Inc. on the sale of MetrixLab to leading global insights technology and panel provider Toluna, in return for a 17.4% stake in Toluna and a EUR 63.5 million receivable

RELX on various acquisitions and disposals by its LexisNexis Risk Solutions division

Croda International Plc on the sale of a majority of its Performance Technologies and Industrial Chemicals businesses to Cargill

A major global US headquartered tech company on a series of bolt-on private acquisitions of digital content and AI related software businesses across Europe from founders and funders

General Atlantic and Dragoneer Investment Group on their investment in VNLife Corporation, Vietnam's second unicorn and leading fintech digital payments company

CPPIB on its investments in: (i) Flipkart Group, one of India's leading digital commerce companies, alongside GIC, Softbank and Walmart; and (ii) Eruditus Group, a global edtech business

A Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund as a major shareholder in ReNew Power in ReNew’s business combination with SPAC RMG Acquisition Corp. II

Blackstone on its privatisation and delisting of SGX-listed Soilbuild Business Space REIT

London Stock Exchange Group plc on: (i) its acquisition of Refinitiv in an all-share transaction for a total enterprise value of $27 billion; and (ii) its €4.325 billion disposal of the Borsa Italiana Group



BPP Law School, Legal Practice Course

London School of Economics, LLB

Professional qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales