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Healys Corporate team advises on the full spectrum of corporate governance matters and regulatory compliance.

We can assist financial institutions, institutional investors, private equity houses, companies (both listed and unlisted), boards of directors, company secretaries and committees.

Our specialist lawyers have a thorough understanding of the relevant regulatory codes, including the UK Corporate Governance Code, the QCA Guidelines and the Wates Corporate Governance Principles for Large Private Companies, and can assist clients in navigating this complex and ever-changing area of law.

With considerable expertise in risk and crisis management, accountability, sustainability and business integrity, we can advise you and your business on how to assume best practise and comply with the rapidly evolving regulatory landscape.

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  • Confidential Information Leak Stopped By Injunction

    19th November 2018

    One of the biggest dangers when a senior employee leaves an organisation is the ease with which they can spirit away confidential information of importance to the business. Data is a critical asset for many businesses, and along with the sanctions which may be available under the Data Protection Act 2018, there are other weapons that can be deployed to prevent it leaking. One of these is having in place the right terms and conditions of employment. Continue reading »

  • Modern Slavery Compliance Regime To Be Tightened Up

    13th November 2018

    There are estimated to be more than 40 million people who are victims of ‘modern slavery’ at any given time. A quarter of them are children, and the number of victims in the UK was estimated to be between 10,000 and 13,000 in 2013, although the National Crime Agency has found this to be only the ‘tip of the iceberg’, with the true figure being substantially higher. Continue reading »

  • Unfairly Denied A Public Contract? The Clock Is Ticking

    23rd October 2018

    If you fail to win a public contract following a flawed tendering exercise, you may be able to challenge the result. However, as a High Court case showed, such proceedings are subject to extremely tight time limits and those who delay seeking legal advice are at risk of stumbling at the first hurdle. Continue reading »

  • ICOs – The Unregulated Path To Quick And Easy Funds?

    8th June 2018

    It is a common misconception that Initial Coin Offerings (“ICOs”) are an unregulated way for companies, in particular early stage companies, to raise finance for their projects. Avoiding the traditional and often ill-desired routes to financing, such as taking on demanding, control obsessed venture capital partners, they are seen as a quicker and less costly option, a mistaken belief that is propagated by the tech corporate finance press’s portrayal of an ICO as a sure fire way to attract investment for your start up. Continue reading »

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  • Case Study Three: Sale of the controlling interest of a company

    30th January 2016

    Healys LLP were instructed by the shareholders of a company to advise them on the sale of the controlling interest of the company. The owners of the company had built the company over a period of 8 years and it meant a great deal to them to retain an element of influence over the company going forward. A bespoke and detailed shareholders’ agreement was negotiated to govern the relationship of the parties after the sale. Continue reading »

  • Case Study One: Business Sale

    Healys LLP were instructed to complete a sale of a company by Cheetah Management Services LDA (Cheetah) acting as agents for the seller to prepare and agree; the Heads of Terms and the Share Purchase Agreement; deal with enquiries regarding the company and the properties held by the company; exchange contracts and complete the share transfer. Continue reading »

  • Case Study Two: Launch of a new business

    Healys LLP were instructed to complete a sale of a company by Cheetah Management Services LDA (Cheetah) acting as agents for the seller to prepare and agree; the Heads of Terms and the Share Purchase Agreement; deal with enquiries regarding the company and the properties held by the company; exchange contracts and complete the share transfer. Continue reading »