Experienced strategic advice to guide your business through growth, development or change.
Clear knowledgeable guidance
Whether you’re a multinational, large corporate, SME or start-up, having commercially-minded legal advice that you can trust, at every stage of your growth or development, is invaluable. We provide strategic guidance in a straightforward way, providing the clarity you need to quickly understand your options and make well-informed decisions.
We are ranked in tier two in both the Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 guides.
Expert support, whatever your situation
We’re experienced in handling high-value corporate matters and understand the complexities of executing major transactions. We advise public entities, private companies and individuals on mergers, acquisitions, disposals, joint ventures, reorganisations, demergers and governance. We also support various forms of equity, debt financing and fundraises for regional, national and international transactions.
The right advice for your needs
Every organisation or situation is different. So we invest real time and energy in getting to know your specific business, your strategic objectives and the challenges you’re facing. With that depth of understanding, we can provide the right advice, reassurance and protection for you. And guide you efficiently through each step, taking a hands-on approach to ensure your transaction completes on time and within budget.
A comprehensive, integrated service
Often, the full range of issues you’re working with will demand more than corporate legal advice alone. We collaborate closely with our colleagues in other departments, working as one team to provide a seamless, integrated service. This may include tax advice, real estate, employment, regulatory and more. Whatever you need, we’re here to support you.
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What areas do we cover?
- Business succession planning
- Contracting structures, compliance and company regulations
- Flotations and new issues on public markets
- Governance and constitutional matters
- Shareholder and partnership issues
- Company secretarial
- Directors duties
- Forms of equity and debt financing
- Joint ventures, reconstructions, demergers