Advised Palatine Private Equity on its Fund III backed secondary buyout of Derbyshire based CET UK.
Advised the recently established mid-market private equity house on its majority stake in London based G3 Comms.
Advised IT Services Provider Littelfish on successfully securing a minority investment from leading mid-market private equity investor LDC.
We acted for Wyggeston Hospital in connection with the grant of a long leasehold deal to Moto Hospitality Limited for use of a new motorway service area off the M6, Rugby. The project includes extensive parking and circulation facilities, a fully serviced amenity building (including restaurants and retail units), 100-bedroom hotel, fuel filling station and a Costa drive through. The service area opened in 2021. The development will mean a £40 million investment for the local Rugby economy and the creation of 215 permanent jobs during the construction of the site.
Advised for Staffline Recruitment Limited on the acquisition of Endeavour Group Limited.
Acted for the shareholders of bituminous waterproofing product manufacturer and distributor Chesterfelt Ltd on the sale of Chesterfelt Ltd to TN International, owners of Scottish insultation manufacturer Superglass.
Browne Jacobson has advised on today’s (16 February 2022 - 8.00am) admission of the entire issued ordinary share capital of green hydrogen technology and manufacturing group, Clean Power Hydrogen to trade on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange plc.
Browne Jacobson’s corporate finance team have acted for the shareholders of bituminous waterproofing product manufacturer and distributor Chesterfelt Ltd on the sale of Chesterfelt Ltd to TN International (TNi), owners of Scottish insultation manufacturer Superglass.
View our second part of our dynamic workforces webinar series. In part two, We all want to provide a dynamic workforce to our people and teams, where we will help you to navigate this journey and meet your statutory obligations.
Where a start-up or SME company is looking for external investment, and one or more individuals are looking for investment opportunities which can provide significant tax advantages, it is well worth considering the Enterprise Investment Scheme (“EIS”) or the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (“SEIS”).
Share options granted under the Enterprise Management Incentive Scheme (usually referred to as EMI options) are a popular choice for SME and start-up companies who want to reward and incentivise employees in alternative ways to simply paying them more amounts of cash.