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Cason Moore
Cason Moore
Counsel — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Counsel — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions

Cason Moore

Cason Moore

20 Fenchurch Street
24th Floor
London EC3M 3BY
United Kingdom

Cason Moore

Cason’s practice focuses on representing private equity and corporate clients on cross-border M&A transactions and representing sponsors, issuers and underwriters on capital markets transactions, with particular emphasis on high-yield offerings. He has experience across a range of industries, including in the technology, telecommunications, asset management, energy, consumer, manufacturing and financial services sectors.

Experience Highlights

  • KKR in the sale of European Locomotive Leasing, a leading pan-European provider of electric locomotive leasing solutions, to AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets and Crédit Agricole Assurances

  • Groupe Bruxelles Lambert, the Belgium-based investment holding company, in its acquisition of a majority stake in Webhelp, one of the world’s leading call centre operators headquartered in Paris; Deal values Webhelp at €2.4bn (enterprise value), making the acquisition both the largest LBO transaction in France in 2019 and the first for Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

  • 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

  • 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

  • A leading global asset manager in connection with its minority investments in several private companies, including (i) a developer and provider of cloud-based software to automate back-office financial operations for SMEs, (ii) a US-based online food delivery company and (iii) a farmer-to-farmer network and e-commerce platform offering online tools to assist farmers in agronomic resource management

  • J.P. Morgan and other banks in connection with the original issuance of $500 million, and tap issuance of $300 million, of Senior Notes due 2025 by Neptune Energy, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, CVC and the China Investment Corporation (CIC)

  • A global investment and advisory firm, in connection with the sale of its rights and interests in an unlisted fund that owns and manages energy and infrastructure assets to a consortium of private equity investors 

  • A leading Spanish language media company in connection with its $13.5 billion sale to a consortium of private equity investors

  • A European private equity firm in connection with the debt refinancing for one of its portfolio companies, a leading global manufacturer of air care and insecticide products, through a €180 million placement of high-yield bonds

  • One of the world’s leading vodka producers and importers of alcoholic beverages in Eastern Europe and Russia, in connection with exchange offers for their outstanding convertible senior notes and senior secured notes as part of a financial restructuring to reduce debt by more than $750 million

  • A Finnish-based stainless steel manufacturer, in its €2.8 billion acquisition of a German-based industrial company’s stainless steel businesses and outstanding receivables in exchange for 29.9 percent newly issued shares of the company, €1 billion in cash and a loan note for the remaining amount of the purchase price

  • A manufacturer of professional dental products, in connection with its acquisition of a developer, manufacturer and marketer of dental implants and other products, for approximately $1.8 billion in cash

  • An Africa-focused oil and gas group, as special U.S. counsel in connection with its $120 million placement of new ordinary shares listed on AIM, which included a private placement in the United States

  • A global manufacturing business (metals and fluid and gas handling equipment), in connection with its $2.4 billion acquisition of a large British engineering business, for a mix of cash and shares, implemented by way of a scheme of arrangement


  • Columbia Law School, J.D., 2007 (James Kent Scholar; Andrew D. Fried Memorial Prize; Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts)
  • The University of Virginia, B.A. International Relations (Jefferson Scholar), 2003
  • New York