Tina Hartwright

Tina Hartwright

Baker & McKenzie Services Limited


Tina is a senior associate in the Firm's Corporate Department and a member of the China Practice in London.

Practice Focus

Tina's practice focuses on cross-border and domestic M&A, joint ventures, directors' duties and general corporate law matters. Tina has experience advising clients across a range of industries, including financial institutions, industrial, pharmaceutical, consumer and private equity. She regularly advises Chinese clients on outbound investment matters.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Advised Swiss life-sciences company Lonza on the proposed sale (subject to conditions) of two capsule and softgel manufacturing sites in France and Scotland to NextPharma.

  • Advised SCG Packaging, a Thailand-based packaging solution provider, on its acquisition of Go-Pak, the UK's largest privately owned manufacturer and importer of disposable food service products.

  • Advised Intermediate Capital Group on its £1.3 billion joint partnership investment with Hg Saturn Fund into IRIS, a provider of business-critical software and services to the UK accountancy, education and business markets.

  • Advised Epiris, a UK-based private equity group, on its acquisition of The Club Company Limited, the UK’s leading country club operator, from a company affiliated with Lone Star Funds.

  • Advised certain selling shareholders (management) on the sale of Quotient Sciences, a leading medical data analysis and reporting company, to Permira, a global private equity firm.

  • Advised General Electric on its acquisition of the thermal, renewables and grid businesses of Alstom, a French multinational company operating worldwide, for a total of US$16.9 billion.

  • Advised DIDIX, a Dutch gift card group, on the sale of Tastecard and Gourmet Society Diners’ Clubs to Bridgepoint Development Capital, a pan-European private equity investor.

  • Advised RSA Insurance Group, a multinational general insurance group headquartered in London, in connection with the sale of its operations in the Baltics and Poland.

  • Advised a listed PLC on the successful acquisition by way of auction process of the share capital of a UK-headquartered medical technology group.

  • Advised a major private equity firm on the potential acquisition of a 40% stake in a UK limited company with group operations worldwide, with an option to acquire 50% of the remaining shares with two years.


  • England & Wales


  • BPP Law School (LPC) (2011)
  • University of Warwick (LLB) (2010)


  • English