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Anthony Sanderson
Anthony Sanderson
Associate — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Associate — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions

Anthony Sanderson

Anthony Sanderson

1001 Fannin Street
Suite 2500
Houston, TX 77002

Anthony Sanderson

Anthony’s practice focuses on capital markets, private equity and M&A transactions with a particular focus on high-yield bond financings. He advises issuer and underwriter clients, as well as alternative capital investors on a broad range of transactions, including high-yield debt offerings, debt liability management transactions and U.S. securities law matters.

Anthony previously worked in the firm’s London office where he gained valuable international transactional experience by working on a broad array of international financing and private equity transactions.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Anthony completed a leadership development program at The Boeing Company, with a particular emphasis on financial planning and investor relations, manufacturing management and financial reporting.

The following is a list of representative matters in which Anthony has assisted.

Experience Highlights

  • Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund (MEIF 5) and its portfolio company, Empark, on the group’s issuance of €575 million Senior Secured Notes due 2028 and Senior Secured Floating Rate Notes due 2027 and €100 million Super Senior Revolving Credit Facility

  • Credit Suisse, J.P. Morgan, and other banks, as joint bookrunners, in connection with the offering by Altice of €2.8 billion equivalent Senior Secured Notes due 2025 and 2028, comprising $1.2 billion Senior Secured Notes due 2028, €1.1 billion Senior Secured Notes due 2028 and €600 million Senior Secured Notes due 2025

  • J.P. Morgan and other banks in relation to Ithaca Energy’s $500 million offering of Senior Notes due 2024

  • J.P. Morgan and other banks on the issuance by Neptune Energy, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, CVC and the China Investment Corporation (CIC), of additional $300 million of Senior Notes due 2025

  • Carlyle Global Credit and Park Square Capital in connection with their purchase of €210 million PIK notes issued in connection with a dividend recapitalization of portfolio company of a leading U.S. based private equity firm

  • A New York-based leading global private equity firm listed on the NYSE on its investment in the global leader in low-code rapid application development as part of a $360 million investment round (together with one of the leading international investment banks)

  • First Quantum Minerals Ltd., a Toronto Stock Exchange-listed metals and mining company, on:

    • its issuance of $1.85 billion Senior Notes due 2024 and 2026; and
    • its issuance of additional $750 million Senior Notes due 2023 and 2025
  • Vistra Energy on its issuance of $1 billion of Senior Notes due 2026 and its related $1.7 billion cash tender offers

  • Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and other banks in relation to a leading coffee machine manufacturer’s offering of €550 million Senior Secured Notes due 2026

  • Petra Diamonds, a rough diamonds producer listed on the London Stock Exchange, on the U.S. securities law aspects of its $178 million equivalent fully underwritten rights issue

  • A U.S. leader in payments processing technology and solutions listed on the NYSE on its inaugural issuance of $1.13 billion equivalent Senior Notes Due 2025 in connection with the financing of its £8 billion acquisition of the leading London Stock Exchange-listed payment processor

  • A private equity firm headquartered in London and New York on its investment in a German manufacturer of tow bars with operations in Europe and the Americas

  • A Big Four accounting firm on its purchase of certain assets from an identity and access management company based in Silicon Valley


  • King’s College London, LL.B., 2016
  • Duke University, B.A., Public Policy with Distinction, magna cum laude, 2011 (Phi Beta Kappa; Benjamin N. Duke Scholar)
  • New York (not admitted in Texas)