RWK Goodman have advised Ireland-headquartered Bevcraft Group on its acquisition of UK competitor Them That Can. Bevcraft Group has mobile canning, can distribution and decoration facilities in Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands. They…
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Recently released analysis by EY of financial services M&A transactions in 2021 reveal deal volume hit 252 transactions in 2021, an increase from 134 in 2020 and representing a five year high. Growth was…
Pageant Media, a global business information provider, last week announced the acquisition of Savvy Investor, a leading thought-leadership platform for institutional investors, for an undisclosed sum.
As we approach the end of the first six months after the signing of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement, uncertainty continues for UK firms offering financial services within the EU market.
Bristol-headquartered digital media company Hybrid has secured an investment from mid-market private equity firm LDC which will support its existing management team to grow and develop the business organically and explore targeted acquisitions.
We’re very pleased to have been shortlisted for Corporate Law Firm of the Year at the 2021 South West Dealmakers Awards.
We have advised the shareholders of Camps Highways and Camps Environmental Services (CES) on the sale of the companies to Chevron Traffic Management.
The long awaited, government-backed review into the UK’s fintech industry has warned that the UK risks falling behind in the global fintech race if its recommendations aren’t swiftly implemented.
With the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement now having been signed, what does this mean for the financial services industry, a sector which contributes 7% to the UK economy.
In any financial services M&A transaction, plenty of consideration is given to the technical aspects of the deal and the regulatory, financial and legal analysis that should be undertaken by buyers as part of the transaction process. But what of the psychological aspects particularly the unconscious influences that impact decision making?
Our Corporate team has advised British Touring Car driver Josh Cook as he gears up to diversify his career into entrepreneurism.
In the third article in a series on protecting buyers’ value in M&A deals, partner James Worrall in our Corporate team discusses tax covenants – how they differ from warranties and indemnities, when they are used and what function they have in a share purchase agreement.