It has been a scorching summer for Thomson Snell & Passmore's Corporate team and not just because of the weather.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advise care home owners on sale of care home business in St Leonards-on-sea
We advised the owners on the sale of their residential care home in St Leonards-on-sea.
A long-established unincorporated association approached us to advise them on the process of converting to a charitable incorporated association.
We advised the shareholders of Weald Broking Management Limited, the holding company of Weald Insurance Brokers Limited, in relation to the sale of the company to a newly incorporated special purpose vehicle (SPV).
We assisted an exhibition stand designer company with strategic succession planning via asset purchase.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advise the UK’s leading and longest established knife sharpening and food processing supplier on asset acquisition
We advised our existing family business client in connection with a business asset acquisition in the form of goodwill, stock and machinery.
Thomson Snell & Passmore co-ordinates funding and corporate restructuring of leading food processing equipment company
We assisted a long-standing 6th generation family business in the share sales of two shareholders followed by their resignation as directors on completion.
We advised in connection with the UK elements of the sale of a multinational corporation to a private equity fund via a combination of share and asset sales and purchase transactions.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has acted for national civil engineering firm, Colas Limited, a long-standing client of the firm, in respect of its recent acquisition
We acted for a specialist chocolate manufacturer on a share buy back leading to the exit of one of the key shareholders and directors.
We acted for Sunray Engineering Limited on the acquisition of Prestige Fire Door Services Limited; a specialist designer, manufacturer and installer of specialist fire doors.
Advising Sticks ‘n’ Sushi’s UK arm on the acquisition of a new premises in central London.