Nadim is an experienced corporate lawyer specialising in equity investments, disposals, and mergers and acquisitions. He advises high-growth companies on venture capital and private equity transactions, including seed and series A, B and C investment rounds, convertible loan note investments, and strategic acquisitions and exits (most recently for Accel Partners, Ventech, and founders of Hassle.com).
Nadim also advises the venture capital firms and corporate finance houses that serve high-growth companies in the UK and overseas. He is experienced in dealing with direct and indirect overseas investment in UK businesses, having worked closely with Apax Partners for two years on the equity investments by the Chinese, Australian and Singapore sovereign wealth funds.
Nadim is well placed to advise on mergers, acquisitions, disposals and investments, joint ventures, shareholder arrangements, and management team mandates, across a broad range of market sectors.
Legal 500 2017
Please note: The experience list above may include examples of work completed prior to joining Keystone Law.
Recognised in Legal 500 2018 for Commercial Contracts, Corporate M&A and Venture Capital
"Always willing to go the extra mile"
Legal 500 2018
"Genuine commercial insight"
Legal 500 2018
Nadim Zaman is recognised by the Legal 500 2017 for Corporate M&A. "Exceptional negotiator"
Recognised in Finance Monthly’s 2015 Deal Maker of the Year awards for the international merger of Hassle.com and Rocket Internet’s Helpling to create the world's largest online home-cleaning marketplace. The CEO of Hassle.com, who nominated Nadim for the award, commented:
“We have worked with Nadim on two large and politically charged M&A deals in 2015. Having appointed many lawyers over the last four years, I have found it rare for one to have a good handle on the legals whilst truly understanding the commercial and strategic landscape. Here is where Nadim excels as an advisor and I wouldn’t go into an M&A deal without him by my side.”
Nominated as a “rising star” by Chambers and Partners UK in 2012 and recognised in Legal 500 for his corporate transactional work, in particular the sale of Stage Three Music by Apax Partners in 2011.
|2016||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2014-2016||Temple Bright | Partner|
|2012-2014||DLA Piper | Senior Associate|
|2002-2012||King & Wood Mallesons (formerly SJ Berwin) | Trainee, Associate then Senior Associate|
|2004||Qualified as a Solicitor|