Andrew joined the firm as a Director in May 2011 and became Head of the Corporate Finance Department in April 2012. He is a well known legal adviser to businesses and companies across the Yorkshire region.
Much of Andrew's work involves negotiating the acquisition and sale of companies and businesses, advising shareholders and directors and dealing with complex commercial negotiations. He also advises on banking and securities issues.
There is an international aspect to Andrew's legal practice, where he chaired mergers & acquisitions for Geneva Group International ("GGI") between 2005 and 2010. GGI is one of the top 10 global, multi-disciplinary networks of lawyers, accountants and management consultants.
Andrew is variously quoted in the business pages of the Business Desk, the Yorkshire Post and the Economist, and he presents seminars to clients and other members of the business community on a variety of commercial legal subjects.
Advised Sheffield based HTC Plant Limited and the Harrington Group on their acquisition of a major crane hire business from Kier Group plc for a significant undisclosed sum, cementing HTC's position as market leader in the crane hire sector.
Advised major US based corporate Federal-Mogul, with global revenues of in excess of $6.5billion US, on its disposal of its UK business, Camshaft Castings. Andrew headed up legal negotiations for Federal-Mogul and led a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers from the firm's Corporate Finance, Tax, Property, Employment, Environmental and Intellectual Property Departments.
Acted for Tony Denton and fellow shareholders on a management buyout of Batchelors of Ripon Limited, an independent motor dealership based in Ripon and Pickering, North Yorkshire, for a significant undisclosed sum.
Acted for Empowering Wind MFC Limited in relation to the negotiation of an option agreement and lease with Middlesbrough Football Club, making Middlesbrough FC the first football club in the UK to be completely sustainable for its own electricity usage.
- 2005 President of the York & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
- 2005 Appointed Head of Mergers & Acquisitions in Geneva Group International
- 2011 Joined Lupton Fawcett LLP
- 2012 Became Head of Corporate Finance
- 2013 Appointed Chair of the Leeds, York & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
- 2014 Appointed Chair of West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
What others say:
Andrew provided us with excellent legal advice and brought a commercial view to what was a complex legal transaction. He understood our objectives and worked extremely hard to help us achieve them. I would not hesitate to recommend his services to others. - Duncan Salt, Director, HTC Plant Limited
Andrew and his colleagues at Lupton Fawcett Denison Till were accessible and they provided us with excellent advice throughout the cross-border transaction. We would recommend the services of Andrew and his team to others. - Andrea Pappagallo, Vice President, Federal-Mogul Inc.
I was delighted with the advice and support which Andrew Lindsay, Head of Corporate Finance at Lupton Fawcett Denison Till and his colleagues provided throughout this transaction. They clearly understood the process and were pragmatic and proactive in their approach. I would certainly recommend them. - Tony Denton, Director, Batchelors of Ripon
Andrew's involvement in the negotiations helped us secure a very beneficial outcome for both Empowering Wind MFC Limited and Middlesbrough FC. - Paul Millinder, Managing Director, Empowering Wind MFC Limited
- Member of the Yorkshire Law Society
- York Ebor 41 Club
When not at work
Andrew has two children and with what spare time he has he enjoys fly fishing (unsuccessfully), playing golf (badly), and wasting occasional Saturday afternoons playing cricket (disastrously)! He is also an eternally optimistic, but regularly disappointed, supporter of Middlesbrough Football Club.
Andrew served as President of the York & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry between 2004 and 2006 and is currently Chairman of the Leeds, York and North Yorkshire Chamber.