Oliver Bell focuses his practice on large-scale IT and business process outsourcing arrangements. Oliver advises multinational clients on all aspects of their sourcing requirements from initial scoping of requirements through to negotiation, completion, and day to day contract management. He also advises clients on the disaggregation and exit of complex agreements.
In addition to his outsourcing services, Oliver advises clients across a number of industries, including financial services, leisure, retail, automotive, and the public sector.
Oliver advises on and negotiates a wide range of commercial arrangements, such as supply of goods and services agreements, warehousing and distribution agreements, agency agreements, wholesale agreements, concession agreements, intellectual property licenses, and sponsorship arrangements.
Oliver has spent time on secondment at a global bank, a UK retailer, and a UK public authority.
Large Private and Public Sector Organizations
Advising on business process sourcing arrangements, including fleet management services, facilities management services, security services, and catering services.
Advising on IT sourcing arrangements, including COTS integrated software solutions, SIAM tower ICT models, automation solutions, and offshore service provision.
Advising on exit from sole provider ICT contracts and transition to SIAM tower ICT models.
Advising on a strategic partnership with a US clothes manufacturer for the creation of own-label clothing.
Advising on wholesale arrangement with a convenience store operator in conjunction with a franchise deal.
Lead advisor for a combined strategic concession and outsourced service arrangement.
Global Leisure Companies
Lead advisor on a global agency arrangement for the mutual sale of tickets for tourist attractions.
Global Automotive Companies
Lead advisor on a global IT outsourcing arrangement with multiple vendors.
College of Law, England, 2011, LPC (Distinction)
University of East Anglia, England, 2010, LLB (Hons)