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Ben Brewerton

Ben Brewerton

  • Managing Director
  • Strategic Communications
  • T: +44 20 3727 1065
  • F: +44 20 3727 1007
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    • 200 Aldersgate
    • Aldersgate Street
    • London, EC1A 4HD
    • United Kingdom
    • T: +44 20 3727 1000
    • F: +44 20 3727 1007

Ben Brewerton is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting. He is a member of the Strategic Communications segment and is based in London.

Ben joined FTI Consulting in 2006 and has spent over twenty-five years as a strategic communications advisor. Since 2004, he has focused on the energy and natural resources sector, where he has extensive IPO and M&A experience.

His current clients include SEPLAT Petroleum, Buried Hill, Quadrise Fuels, Toro Gold, ACWA Power and Atlantis Resources. He is also part of the FTI Consulting team advising China Three Gorges on its offer for EDP.

In 2014 he advised Heritage Oil on its acquisition by Al Mirqab Capital, Caracal Energy on its acquisition by Glencore, Mediterranean Oil & Gas on its acquisition by Rockhopper, and the consortium of founding shareholders on their acquisition of ENRC.

Also in 2014 he advised Seplat Petroleum on its IPO, the first London / Lagos dual listing, having advised Caracal Energy on its London listing in 2013. Previously, Ben worked with Star Energy on its 2008 acquisition by Petronas, PetroChina on the formation of its refining joint venture with INEOS in 2011, and Heritage Oil on its acquisition of OML30 in Nigeria, in 2012.

In Mining, Ben advised Polyus Gold on its Premium Listing in London in 2012 and has also advised CAMEC on its offer for Katanga Mining and its sale to ENRC, NordGold on its attempted IPO and subsequent GDR listing, and Severstal Resources on its hostile takeover of Celtic Resources.

Crisis experience includes advising the UK’s largest ever care home group, Southern Cross, on its high profile and politically sensitive restructuring and administration in 2011 and, in 2015, advising the National Gallery on its industrial relations dispute and high-profile employment tribunal with a senior union official.

He has served as an in-house advisor on a number of secondments at companies including: GEC / Marconi, Six Continents, Camelot, ScottishPower and 3UK.

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