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    Healys’ Corporate team is equipped to handle a full range of corporate transactional work for UK and international clients. Healys’ relationship-driven ethos is particularly pertinent in the corporate arena. We ensure that we know you, your business and ultimate aims.

    During transactions we also often draw upon the firm’s extensive network of professional contacts to guarantee you constantly have access to appropriate expertise and advice. It is this approach that sets us apart from other corporate legal firms.

    We understand the toll a company transaction can take on a business and its managers, and we tailor our services to ensure that you receive an efficient service with the minimum disruption.

    Our Corporate services include:

    • Debt capital markets
    • Equity capital markets
    • Corporate (private and public) M&A
    • Corporate and partnership structures
    • Funds
    • Corporate governance and regulatory compliance
    • Private equity
    • Reorganisation and restructuring
    • Partnerships and LLPs
    • Joint ventures and collaborations
    • Commercial contracts

    We act on projects based in the United Kingdom and internationally. Where our projects have an international component, we have a well-established network of worldwide experts to advise where needed.

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    Call our London office on 020 7822 4000 or our Brighton office on 01273 685 888. You can also contact us online.
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    Corporate capabilities
    Corporate experiences
    • Advising a successful UK Fin Tech peer to peer company that is expecting a market cap in excess of £50m with an IPO on AIM, with the objective in raising £20m
    • Advised the shareholders of Intralan Group, a UK-based IT and telecommunications network support specialist, on the sale of the entire issued share capital to a US private investment firm
    • Advising on the listing on Cyprus Stock Exchange of a €5m debt security
    • Advising the shareholders of a UK based publisher on an investment by a US publisher
    • Advising on a sale of a small UK brand management business in the region of £5m
    • Advising a UK healthcare business on the creation and issue of a private bond with the objective of raising £2m
    • Advising on the purchase and subsequent sale of off-shore property companies with a combined transaction value of circa £92m
    • Sale of financial services and wealth management specialist, Harvey Curtis Associates, for a value of circa. £2.6m to acquisitive UK financial services specialist, AFH Financial Group
    • Acting for a major UK developer in the drafting of a material construction arrangement
    • Acting for a property company on the $1bn real estate listing on the UK market
    • €200m listing of a MTN on the Irish Stock Exchange plc
    • Advising on the sale of $15bn South American exotic bonds for use in trading programmes
    • Advising a number of offshore entities on the purchase of a large German power project from Russian interests
    • Advising on the $1.5bn financing of Asian power station project through listed bond issue
    • Advising on the acquisition of Utilitywise’s EIC by Monarch Partnership
    Corporate insights
    • How to Prepare for SMCR- A Guide for Solo-Regulated Firms Ahead of 9th December 2019

      22nd November 2019

      The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) was first introduced in the banking sector in March 2016 with the aim of creating greater individual accountability of those working within financial institutions. The FCA hoped to strengthen the integrity of the financial services and increase protection for consumers in the wake of the scandals of previous years.

      From 9th December 2019, the regulations are to be extended to all FCA solo-regulated firms, meaning a further 50,000 businesses will be covered.

      This article looks at the impact the regulations will have and how such firms can prepare ahead of the looming December deadline. Continue reading »

    • Data Protection in the event of a No Deal Brexit – Is your business prepared?

      3rd October 2019

      On 31 October 2019 the UK is due to leave the EU, possibly without a deal, and businesses across the UK need to take steps to prepare for what will happen in the event of a No Deal Brexit.

      If your business is reliant on the transfer of personal data from the EU, there are a couple of key changes that will affect the way in which you operate and will need to be addressed before 31 October as part of your overall Brexit strategy. Continue reading »

    • Are Others Benefiting From Your Goodwill?

      18th June 2019

      Many successful businesses have experience of others seeking to ride on the coat-tails of their expensively established goodwill. However, as was shown by one High Court case, expert legal advice can help ensure that credit is only given where it is due. Continue reading »

    Corporate awards
    Corporate news
    • Legal Specialists Take on Secret Santa in Aid of Great Ormond Street Christmas Appeal

      23rd December 2019

      Christmas is an exciting time for many as we prepare to give and receive thoughtful gifts, spend time with loved ones, and ignore calorie intakes as we embrace chocolates, comfort food and more! However, the festive season can also be an extremely difficult time for many individuals and families too. A great number of  children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) are too ill to go home for Christmas. Continue reading »