- Corporate Law
- Share Schemes
About Teri Hunter
Teri specialises in corporate law, with a particular focus on transactional work including sales, acquisitions, management buy outs and investments. She has experience of acting for purchasers and investors as well as vendors and companies and has good experience of cross border transactions including those which have had elements to consider in the US, France, Germany, Australia, France Hong Kong and Jersey. She also has experience of AIM listings.
She advises on all types of corporate restructuring including capital reductions, share repurchases, hive ups and demergers, as well as corporate compliance and principal agreements such as shareholders agreements, partnership agreements and LLP member’s agreements.
She also advises on company share schemes including HMRC approved schemes such as EMI, CSOP SIPs and EBTs. She also drafts more bespoke arrangements such as phantom schemes and flowering or part paid share arrangements.
She is commercially focused and has a good knowledge of the financial and tax aspects of all types of corporate transactions. Teri was named ‘Most Influential Woman in Corporate Transactions Law 2018 – UK’ in Acquisition International’s Global Excellence Awards.
Notable transactions include advising listed US group on multi-billion dollar UK restructuring, $80million sale of Hong Kong tech company, £10million sale of London based fashion and photographic business, £10.8 million purchase of engineering firm, MBO of recruitment firm from construction giant MACE, complex restructuring and partial exit for international creative production company, Flexion Mobile Plc on the company’s re-registration as a public company and its listing on the NASDAQ First North market, the sale of award winning betting and gaming digital solutions company Grand Parade Limited to strategic buyer William Hill PLC, for £13.6 million, the £6 million sale of Teamultra to Computacenter (UK) Limited, , the sale of notable branded slushy drinks company to Vimto, multiple fundraising rounds for energy company GnERGY, , the demerger of a South East based nursing and respite care provider, the sale of legal software provider Peapod, and the £18 million sale of aerospace, military, telecommunications software provider Varisys Limited.
Trained with Kidd Rapinet qualified in 1997. After qualification worked a year in house for IT maintenance, cabling and design company in their contracts and tender department drafting and negotiating commercial contracts.
Returned to Kidd Rapinet and worked in the corporate and commercial team in their Maidenhead and London offices, until 2000 when she joined Moorcrofts to achieve a more corporate focus. She became a partner at Moorcrofts in 2007.
When Founding Partner Adrian Phillips stepped back from his Managing Partner role at the end of January 2015, Teri became the firm’s Chief Financial Officer, and now manages the firm as Managing Partner.
BA English Literature/History 2(1)
Common Professional Exam
De Montfort University
Legal Practice Course
College of Law Guilford
Family, ice dance, cycling and occasional sky diving.