The demands of the marketplace are increasingly high and you need whatever advantage you can find to make sure your business is moving forward. If you’re a listed or quoted company, Mills & Reeve can give you the advice and assistance you need.
From city code takeovers to restructurings, IPOs, day-to-day compliance issues and mergers and acquisitions, their dedicated team has the experience to guide you through the legal issues involved. Your company can take advantage of their legal expertise and financial know-how and benefit from their insightful advice and commercial acumen.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on institutional fundraising initiatives
- Securing funding
- IPO and M&A activity
- Advising on open offers on the stock exchange
- Public bond issues
- Sales and takeovers
Clients include Bango plc, Ubisense Group plc, Nplus1 Singer Capital Markets, XAAR plc, University of Cambridge, Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited, AVEVA Group plc, Dialight plc, First Property Group plc, Pursuit Dynamics plc, Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings plc, Scientific Digital Imaging plc and Telford Homes plc.
‘City-quality work at flexible, local prices.’ — Chambers UK
‘Being the headquarters of a global company with many international offices can give rise to challenging issues. Mills & Reeve have always proved themselves to be diligent, responsive, accommodating and above all reliable.’ — AVEVA plc, a FTSE 250, Techmark company
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