Matthew is a Senior Associate of Hassans and currently forms part of the Corporate and Commercial Department.
Matthew initially attained a BA in Business Studies with Honours at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff and thereafter undertook a Graduate Diploma in Law in Kingston University. Matthew subsequently completed the Bar Vocational Course at the City Law School in London. A member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, Matthew was admitted to the Bar of England & Wales and then to the Gibraltar Bar in 2010.
Since joining the firm in 2010, Matthew has obtained extensive experience and specialises in a variety of corporate and commercial matters that range from commercial litigation disclosures, company management and governance, and he primarily advises large US and European multi-nationals on a variety of international and transactional matters, including, but not limited to, corporate restructurings, equity and debt financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, insolvency work (in particular solvent liquidations and advising liquidators) and the use, set up and organisation of Gibraltar Limited Partnerships. Matthew also advises local small businesses on set-up and organisational related matters.
Matthew has co-authored several articles for diverse legal publications such as Butterworths – Lexis Nexis and the Centre for International Legal Studies.