Mills & Reeve has a large corporate team, with 13 partners and more than 30 other lawyers, enabling them to advise you on all matters no matter what your requirements. In an ever-changing market, solid advice on corporate finance is a must that can help your business move forward successfully.
Whether you need help with funding rounds, mergers, acquisitions, private equity, corporate restructuring, venture capital, takeovers, IPOs and listings or joint ventures, they will be able to offer you advice and support that will allow you to get the most from the opportunities the market presents.
They ensure that they understand your business and priorities, so they are best placed to give you straightforward and practical advice that suits your business and goals. As well as the core team, Mills & Reeve has specialist teams that can advise on tax, commercial and banking, so whatever your corporate needs they will be able to provide with the best solutions for your legal issues.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on multiple £100m transactions
- Institutional fundraising
- AIM IPOs
- High-value acquisitions
- Bond issues
- Capital markets fundraising
- Venture capital investment deals
- Joint venture partnerships
Their clients include Aviva plc, Archant Limited, Xaar plc, FCA, Aveva Group plc, Bango plc, Secret Escape, Trinity College, Egis, Virgin Care, Weetabix Food Company, Ubisense, Validus and Cambridge University.
Awards include Corporate Law Firm of the Year and Deal of the Year from the Insider Central and East England Dealmaker Awards 2012.
‘The support, guidance and counsel received from Mills & Reeve was outstanding and ensured the timely completion of the transaction. We would be delighted to work with the team in the future.’ — CEO, Weetabix Food Company
‘We are highly satisfied with the service they offer and we will continue to use them for years to come.’ — A client
‘The team provides “insightful, first-class advice”.’ — Legal 500
‘An outstanding practice, with lots of high-quality partners and associates.’ — Chambers UK
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