Our Corporate Team assists companies of varying sizes across a range of corporate transactions. We invest time to understand what you want to achieve.
We work with companies from entrepreneurial start-ups to major international organisations, advising on corporate transactions, including M&A, reorganisations, venture capital, cross-border transactions, private equity investments, IPOs and joint ventures and restructurings. We are well versed in banking and finance, corporate governance and corporate tax. We pride ourselves on our specialist knowledge and depth of team providing a nationally regarded practice.
We focus on finding solutions rather than problems. We invest time to understand what you want to achieve and then apply our expertise and experience to make you succeed. Many of our lawyers have worked in-house, on secondment, or have previous industry expertise which means we understand the challenges you face and work with you to deliver practical, timely solutions.
We advise directors and stakeholders on all aspects of your legal obligations and compliance issues. We also have experience in advising listed companies on the additional regulatory landscape and can also provide a full company secretarial service.
Built on over 10 years of industry experience, Ruby Datum offers the next generation in online data room and contract management services. Whether you need a data room for a corporate transaction or somewhere to store, track and manage your contracts, Ruby Datum’s focus on the essentials makes our platform faster, sleeker and better value for money.
We advises on all aspects of law relating to general partnerships, limited liability partnerships and limited partnerships. Our clients include businesses in all sectors but primarily professional services firms, institutional investment funds, manufacturing, charitable organisations and a very wide range of family businesses.
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- FCA updates guidance for social housing landlords who help their tenants to find financing alternatives to high-cost credit
- FCA to supervise cryptoasset businesses under the AML/CFT regime from 10 January 2020
- Ashfords' In-House Legal Bulletin - December 2019