Tim Tubman

Tim Tubman

Tim Tubman

Partner and Head of Corporate, Auckland

Corporate & commercial

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T:+64 9 357 9076

M:+64 27 344 2178

E:tim.tubman@chapmantripp.com

Qualifications

BCom, LLB (Hons), University of Auckland

Admitted

1999, New Zealand

Tim specialises in cross border and financial services mergers & acquisitions 

Tim advises international and domestic clients on M&A, takeovers, schemes of arrangement and IPOs. His clients include listed and unlisted corporates, private equity funds and inbound investors.

He is the Head of Chapman Tripp’s Corporate team and co-heads the firm’s China Desk, advising Chinese and international clients on investment matters, including obtaining Overseas Investment Office approvals. He is also a former council member of the New Zealand Private Equity & Venture Capital Association.

Tim is recognised as a leading lawyer by independent legal directories Chambers Global 2018, and Chambers Asia Pacific 2018. He is ranked as Highly Regarded in M&A and equity capital markets by IFLR1000 2018. He is also recognised as a Leading Individual by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018.

Recent experience

Tim has advised:

  • AMP on the sale of AMP Life to Resolution Life Group for A$3.3b
  • Canadian roofing company IKO on its acquisition of Fletcher Building's international roofing products manufacturer Roof Tile Group
  • ANZ Bank on its sale of OnePath Life NZ for $700m to specialist global insurer Cigna Corporation
  • Shell on the sale of its New Zealand upstream oil & gas operations to Vienna-based OMV for $794m
  • New Zealand Superannuation Fund on its 41.1% investment in licensed insurer Fidelity Life
  • Shell on the sale of its Kapuni onshore oil and gas field to its joint venture partner Todd Energy
  • AMP on the merger of its two New Zealand life insurance businesses, National Mutual and AMP Life
  • Partners Life on Blackstone Group's $200m investment into the insurer
  • NZX Listed Spark on the $106m sale of Telecom Rentals to Australian-owned FlexiGroup
  • a Japanese consortium (Tokyo Stock Exchange-listed packaging company Oji Holdings Corp, and INC, a Japanese corporate investor, sponsored by the Japanese government and private enterprise) on its $1.037b acquisition of Carter Holt Harvey’s pulp, paper and packaging businesses
  • Arvida Group on its IPO and NZX Main Board listing, in conjunction with an acquisition of 17 aged care facilities for scrip for a deal value of $329m
  • the New Zealand Treasury on the Crown's $365m partial sell down of its majority stake in national airline Air New Zealand
  • the merger parties on the $2.2b Heartland Bank merger of MARAC Finance, CBS Canterbury and Southern Cross Building Society, and
  • South Canterbury Finance on the sales of its business, consumer and rural loan portfolios to Japanese investment bank Nomura; FACE Finance to GE Corporation; and its residual non cash assets (including loan assets, equity investments and property) to Crown Asset Management.
Corporate & commercial; Corporate governance; Equity capital markets; International trade & investment; Mergers & acquisitions; Private equity

Services

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China Desk; 中国业务团队

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