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Browne Jacobson double deal success at Insider Midlands Dealmakers Awards 2022

23 September 2022

Browne Jacobson’s corporate finance lawyers are celebrating after two of its deals won major awards at the Insider Midlands Dealmakers Awards 2022.

The team were named advisors on the ‘Refinance Deal of the Year’ - the £40m refinancing of Construction Testing Solutions and ‘Mid-Market Deal of the Year’ – the MBO of Kingswood Corporation.  

The awards ceremony which took place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, is one of the biggest dates in the region’s corporate finance calendar and showcases the successes of some of the Midlands’ finest corporate dealmaking talent.  

Richard Cox, partner and head of corporate at Browne Jacobson commented:

“It is excellent that following what has been another challenging 12-month period for many businesses, our wider Midlands practice has again been recognised for delivering first rate legal advice on a host of notable, high value and complex deals, not only across a broad range of sectors but regionally and internationally.

“These awards highlight the tenacious drive, the diverse sector expertise and the innovative approach of our multi-service corporate finance and banking teams, which continue to collaborate seamlessly and effectively to achieve the right results for our clients.”

Browne Jacobson’s national corporate finance practice Jacobson is ranked by Experian as one of the country’s leading corporate finance teams. It operates from our offices in Birmingham, London, Manchester, and Nottingham and is made up of over 50 expert corporate, private equity, venture capital (VC) and banking & finance lawyers delivering multi-layered transactions across a diverse range of sectors.

The team works collaboratively with a rich, diverse and longstanding portfolio of domestic and international clients including, fast growing start-ups, FTSE 100 companies, private equity investors and the UKs leading banking institutions.

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