You, like everyone we help, will have different business plans for different reasons.
For instance, you might have decided the time is right to grow your business. If so, you might need to raise finance for marketing, product development or staff recruitment. Or maybe you want to grow in a different way. A merger? Joint venture? Or maybe a management buyout or refinancing deal?
About our Corporate Finance team
Our Corporate Finance team have over 20 years combined experience advising business owners on a range of legal advice, growth strategies and financing. But what if you do not want to grow? What if you are looking to sell your business and retire? Or put your hard earned money into something else? You will be pleased to know our corporate solicitors can help you with that too.
What sets us apart?
Something that sets us apart from other regional firms is our expertise in high value and complicated corporate work. As proof of this, world-famous crockery brand, Royal Crown Derby, turned to us when they needed to organise their sale.
When Derby County Football Club wanted to sell a significant stake to the entrepreneur behind online gaming sensation Candy Crush, they asked us for help. It is this level of work that has established us as one of the best corporate teams in the East Midlands.
By investing time with you to understand your objectives, we can focus on what is important commercially. Our experience means we know where there is potential for negotiation, and where there is not. This allows us to work with you to deliver the best outcome, on time and on budget.
Unlike other firms, you will be advised by a partner. Meaning you save money by not needing a second opinion. We provide you with the support and advice you require to achieve your goals. Each client is guaranteed a partner-led approach, ensuring you receive practical and commercial solutions. This avoids the need for second opinions and the associated delays and cost.
Flint Bishop advises on the sale of Ingram Hawkins and Nock to the Aston Lark Group
Flint Bishop provided corporate finance legal advice to Liz Foster and Neale Ingram, the shareholders of Ingram Hawkins and Nock Limited, on their recent saleRead more.
Who is really going to run the business if one of your shareholders dies?
Have you ever considered what will happen to the business, should you or another shareholder pass away? Without any express agreement to deal with whatRead more.
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