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Kathryn A. Campbell


Kathryn A. Campbell

London +44-20-7959-8900+44-20-7959-8900 +44-20-7959-8950+44-20-7959-8950
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Kathryn Campbell is a partner in the Firm’s London office. She has extensive experience with securities offerings and transactions in the United States by non-U.S. companies, representing issuers as well as underwriters. Ms. Campbell’s experience includes public SEC-registered equity and debt offerings, Rule 144A offerings, including IPOs, sovereign debt programmes, private placements and other funding transactions, as well as cross-border mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and tender offers. In addition, she works closely with corporate clients, regularly advising on U.S. securities law matters, SEC reporting, NYSE listing and corporate governance matters.

Ms. Campbell regularly advises on U.S. securities law developments relating to foreign private issuers, including oil and gas reporting and the disclosure requirements for SEC reporting companies. She is involved in preparing Firm memoranda to clients and comment letters on SEC rule releases, and she speaks at various professional and educational forums on corporate governance, oil and gas reserves reporting and securities law topics. 
Ms. Campbell is a member of the UN Economic Commission for Europe–Expert Group on Resource Management and the sub-group on Social and Environmental Conditions and the Commercial Working Group.
Ms. Campbell is a member of the New York Bar and the Law Society of England and Wales.


  • BP on multiple offerings including on its SEC-registered offerings of guaranteed notes, on its first-ever $12 billion Perpetual Hybrid Bond Offering, on the share issue in connection with the renewal of the Abu Dhabi onshore oil concession and on Rule 144A offerings including an exchangeable bond
  • Commerzbank on the establishment of its Rule 144A medium term note programme and the offerings of debt securities under the programme
  • CRH on its global €1.6 billion placing of ordinary shares, on the establishment of its U.S. commercial paper programme and on its SEC-registered and Rule 144A debt offerings and tender offers for various series of SEC-registered debt securities
  • Entra in connection with the privatization by the Norwegian Government in an international IPO
  • Equinor (formerly Statoil) (Norway) on its SEC-registered fixed rate notes, on its SEC-registered and Rule 144A debt offerings, on various amendments to its U.S. commercial paper program, on the update of its €20 million EMTN programme and in connection with its internal reorganization and debt consent solicitations and merger with Norsk Hydro’s oil and gas business
  • European Investment Bank in its $5 billion SEC-registered offering of notes 2021, and Schedule B offerings of debt securities, and on its $1 billion principal amount of a 0.875% Sustainability Awareness Bond (SAB). Funds raised via the SAB will be earmarked for lending to activities contributing to sustainability objectives in line with European Union legislation
  • Kerry Group (Ireland) on its inaugural Rule 144A offering in the U.S. of $750 million guaranteed debt securities
  • Republic of Ireland on the establishment of its global medium term note programme
  • The global IPO of Statoil Fuel and Retail (Norway)
  • Rights issues, initial public offerings and U.S. listings by numerous European issuers