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Lisa Goransson

Partner

London

Goransson Lisa
Lisa Goransson

Partner

London

Lisa is the head of A&O’s Nordic desk and a partner in the corporate department in London. Lisa has close to 30 years’ experience of corporate finance and general corporate work, both from working in private practice in Sweden and England and as the General Counsel of a Swedish large cap company listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Lisa has wide corporate and M&A experience, as well as capital markets transactions, including IPOs, rights issues and private placements. She has particular expertise advising on cross-border transactions.

Experience highlights

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as advokat, Sweden, 1999

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2004

Academic

Stockholm University, 1993

University of California, Los Angeles, 1996

News & insights

Publications: 25 SEPTEMBER 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus update: an overview of European Commission State aid decisions (updated 25 Sept 2020)

Under State aid rules, UK and EEA Member State governments may not generally provide selective assistance to businesses without prior approval from the European Commission (EC). This includes…

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Publications: 24 SEPTEMBER 2020

Webinar: European Green Deal – changes to look out for and impact of Covid-19 on timeline

Environmental issues, and in particular climate change, remain high on the agenda as Europe and other regions seek to "build back greener" in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. This webinar focused on…

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Fintech

Publications: 24 SEPTEMBER 2020

Fintech M&A: The future of dealmaking post Covid-19 coronavirus

After a run of high-value deals at the start of the year, fintech M&A has dramatically slowed. What will dealmaking look like in the future?

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News: 24 SEPTEMBER 2020

ICBC issues offshore Additional Tier 1 preference shares

Allen & Overy has advised the joint bookrunners and joint lead managers on the issuance of USD2.9 billion 3.58% non-cumulative perpetual offshore preference shares by Industrial and Commercial Bank of…

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