Ivan HannaPartner at LCN LEGAL
Ivan is a Partner at LCN Legal, specialising in Intercompany Agreements for the Transfer Pricing compliance of multinational groups, corporate restructuring projects and cross border and domestic joint ventures and M&A transactions.
Ivan trained and qualified as a solicitor at the London offices of international law firm, Baker & McKenzie LLP, where he spent more than seven years specializing in complex cross border and domestic corporate reorganisations / simplification projects, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and investment structures, joint ventures and general corporate/commercial law and corporate governance advice for large corporates. While at Baker & McKenzie LLP, Ivan was posted from London to the firm’s Moscow and Amsterdam offices for several years, where he focused on international joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and corporate, equity and debt restructuring projects.
Ivan has advised a broad range of clients including those in the financial services, insurance, software/IT, SaaS, digital media, analytics, consulting services, advertising, hotels, manufacturing, pharma, chemicals and energy sectors as well as several well-known private equity and private and sovereign investment funds.
Ivan began working closely with international tax, transfer pricing and finance professionals, focusing on the legal implementation of reorganisations for large corporates. He continued this work as an M&A and Integrations Legal Manager for Accenture from 2011 to 2014. From 2015 to 2016 he acted as Senior Group Legal Counsel for The Phoenix Group (the UK’s largest life insurance consolidator), where he gained invaluable in-house experience of large global corporate groups and in highly regulated business environments.
In recent years, Ivan has focused on international corporate structures and, in particular, multinational corporate entity, supply chain and debt restructuring projects, in addition to Intercompany Agreements for the Transfer Pricing compliance of multinational corporates.