Mundays LLP welcomes new Partner and Head of Commercial Property.

Mundays LLP is pleased to announce that Michael Nixon has joined the firm as a partner. Michael, who is dual qualified in the UK and Australia and has previously worked for a number of major global firms in London and Sydney, joins Mundays’ Commercial Property Department.

“Michael is a valuable addition to Mundays and we are excited by the experience he will bring to the firm’s Commercial Property Department. We are continuing the growth of our property offering and Michael brings that next step to our team” said Mundays’ managing partner.

“Michael fits perfectly into our property department’s strategic plan to expand our presence in the London commercial property market with over 15 years’ experience working with national and global clients” said Kevin Healy, Mundays’ Head of Property.

Michael specialises in commercial property with a particular expertise in acquisition and disposals ranging from single tenanted to large scale property portfolios, development and office and industrial leasing, as well as advising on the real estate aspects of a number of significant corporate transactions.

His practice also acts for finance companies with property finance matters, with particular experience in the property matters of mergers and acquisitions.

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