Swan Turton’s Corporate group combines technical expertise and commercial acumen to provide advice on the full range of transactions that businesses are likely to encounter, whatever their size and stage of development. This includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, asset, business and share sales and purchases, shareholder agreements and disputes, joint ventures, rights issues, AIM listings and other IPOs as well as ongoing corporate advisory matters and advice on corporate governance. We also advise on PPP’s and similar public private collaborations.
Clients include entrepreneurs, start ups and SMEs through to LLPs, partnerships and large established companies and PLCs as well as charities and other not for profit organisations. We also advise acquirers and investors in businesses, be they angel investors, private equity providers, venture capitalists, banks or other financial institutions. We work with clients not only in the domestic market, but on deals with cross-border elements as well as those that are truly international transactions.
Our team works across a number of industry sectors, but has a particular focus on the media, marketing and technology sectors. This allows our clients to benefit from our deep industry knowledge and understanding of the underlying frameworks and dynamics and the intellectual property rights and assets involved.
Our advice will always be practical and commercial, but will also be sophisticated and innovative where required. We know that transactions are often time-critical and commercially sensitive and we diligently manage all matters to ensure that work is completed quickly, effectively and accurately. Whatever the nature of the deal, our team works to ensure a successful outcome by making sure it fully understands our clients’ business strategies and requirements. While we have used our extensive experience to develop efficient methods and processes we never forget that each client is different. We tailor our advice so that is appropriate for the specific client, deal and circumstances and far from a one size fits all product. We believe that this approach ensures that our clients receive the best advice that is most likely to achieve their desired business objectives.
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