We have advised Angel Residential Home Ltd on its acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Lowfield House Limited, as the care provider group embarks on a period of growth and expansion. Lowfield…
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According to the Financial Times, across UK banking, the market in green and sustainability-linked financing is growing at an estimated 80%, making it among the fastest-growing segments of the credit market.
Mergers and acquisitions are now accepted as market practice to achieve corporate growth. There is often a lot of fanfare with M&A deals completing.
Whilst 2020 and the Covid-19 pandemic has forced lenders to embrace new practices, the financial services sector has tried to remain resilient during the turbulence at the same time as providing support to their customers who need it. At the end of 2020, the British Business Bank reported that the Coronavirus loan schemes had supported a total of over 1.5m facilities to businesses, providing over £68 billion of finance.
After more than 4 years of debate in the UK since the referendum and after years of negotiation with the EU about, first, a withdrawal agreement and then an agreement setting out how the future trade in some areas between the EU and the UK should work, the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement was finally signed yesterday by the EU and the UK governments.
Completing an M&A deal is a very exciting moment for all parties concerned. A great deal of hard work has been undertaken by the buyer to find the right target to purchase, analyse the benefits, synergies and cost-saving opportunities, carry out due diligence, negotiate the key documents and finally complete the deal.
As 1 January 2021 is fast approaching, we look at how this may impact on the flow of personal data between the UK and the EU, and what Banks can do to prepare.
With the post-Brexit transition period ending in 31 December 2020 and talks between the EU and UK about a Free Trade Agreement (“FTA”) continuing, businesses need to continue to prepare for the key challenges ahead.
On 9 November 2020 I had the pleasure of speaking at the 13th Annual European GRC and GDPR compliance conference hosted by Copenhagen Compliance.
UK Finance has just published its 2020 Half Year Fraud report, which revealed that in the first half of the year, a total of £207.8 million was lost to authorised push payment (APP) fraud.
The UK BioIndustry Association, BIA, has just released its investment report for the period 1 June to 31 August 2020.
With the end of the Brexit transition period fast approaching it is becoming more and more urgent for businesses in the medical sector to prepare for the transition period coming to an end. It is a sector, where many of the rules stem from EU regulation, which makes it even more important for businesses to prepare.