Greg has many years’ experience as a corporate transactional lawyer. He has acted for many buyers and sellers of companies (share transactions) and businesses and assets. Such transactions have ranged in value from the very small to those consisting of tens of millions of pounds.
In addition to sales and purchases, Greg has particular experience acting for companies involved in fund raising exercises, whether by way of debt, such as an issue of loan notes, or by way of the issue of shares. Greg has recently concluded a transaction relating to a multi-million Euro cross-border loan note issue to numerous parties with complex conversion and other rights.
Additionally, Greg advises companies in groups in connection with re-organisations that may be effected for a variety of reasons.
Greg also advises shareholders and partners as regards their legal relationships between themselves, as well as in connection with the documents that govern such relationships such as shareholders’ agreements, articles of association and partnership agreements.
Greg’s clients are typically in the SME/OMB sector and include a well-known manufacturer in the engineering sector and a cluster of companies involved in developing new technologies.
Greg has a straight-forward no-nonsense approach. He knows that, primarily, clients will want to get the job done, with a minimum of fuss. However, Greg also understands that the key to successful legal practice is attention to detail.
Greg believes that clients want to receive advice, rather than merely a series of options from which the client is expected to make a choice as to the best course of action.