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Our Commercial Team is able to advice on all elements of corporate restructuring and the implications of any proposed company reorganisation.

Irrespective of the reason behind the restructuring our experienced Commercial Team can guide you through the legal documentation ensuring that you achieve your business objectives.

We will ensure that we liaise with the company accountants, advise you on the reorganising of the company share or loan structure, and all the associated concerns and requirements.  

Our work is focused on allowing you to be as opportunistic as possible, and we work to ensure compliance and good, pragmatic business sense in what must remain a flexible approach.

Our work in corporate restructure and re-organisation helps businesses nationwide, large and small, with:

  • Reorganising your company share or loan structure
  • The purchase of the company’s own shares, where appropriate
  • Company administration responsibilities, including formation, meetings and constitution
  • Capital maintenance, including capital, shareholder rights, share issues, transfers and dividends

Our Team

Natalia Delgado

Natalia Delgado

LLP Member and Head of Department
Nick Elliot

Nick Elliot

LLP Member
Bryan Rowe

Bryan Rowe

Senior Associate Solicitor
Matthew Watson

Matthew Watson

Trainee Solicitor

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