Whether disposing of a business as a retirement sale, completing a management buyout or acquiring a competitor, we always see the project through the eyes of a client.
Our Mergers and Acquisitions team has experience of working with owner-managed businesses and have expertise in all forms of transactional services. Our team’s personal relationships within the accountancy, banking and finance communities ensure we have a true partnership approach towards getting the job done.
The Criminal Finances Act, which became UK law on September 30 2017, places new obligations on UK companies and partnerships to prevent tax evasion offences. […]read more >
Attracting investment funding can be a difficult and time-consuming process, particularly for new businesses without a trading history. Jack Stephenson, corporate and commercial solicitor at […]read more >
Getting your dental practice in the right shape to achieve a successful sale takes significant planning and organisation. Jack Stephenson, a corporate and commercial […]read more >
The appetite of private equity funders to invest in North West businesses shows no sign of abating. David Filmer, head of the mergers and acquisitions […]read more >
Whether you are looking to retire or merely move onto a new venture, it is important to achieve a clean break from the business and […]read more >
Buying a business can be an exciting prospect and a powerful driver of business growth. However, it may seem rather daunting to anyone who is […]read more >
More and more GPs are looking to exit their practices, but the process is lengthy and potentially costly. David Edwards, head of the healthcare team […]read more >
The specialist property solicitors at Harrison Drury have advised on a landmark property deal that will see Preston Grasshoppers RFC benefit from a £50m national […]read more >
The consolidation of GP practices is gathering pace, with research showing the rate of mergers doubling in the first half of this year. David Filmer […]read more >
Acquiring another company is the fastest way to expand a business, although bringing a new company into the corporate fold is rarely straightforward. David Filmer, […]read more >