Ben Turner is corporate partner with more than 12 years’ experience of corporate transactional and advisory work including mergers and acquisitions (both domestic and cross-border), MBOs, MBIs, group reorganisations, joint ventures, investments, and corporate governance issues.
His clients include multi-national corporations, large privately owned companies and high-growth businesses and entrepreneurs. Turner acts for clients across a range of sectors, although in recent years he has developed particular expertise working with clients in the financial services; technology; manufacturing; and media sectors. Much of his work has a strong cross-border element to it.
Recent experience includes advising:
- FIS, a leading freight brokerage business in connection with a number of strategic investments and acquisitions in the UK, Asia and the US;
- Titgemeyer, a German manufacturing and distribution business, on its acquisition of a UK-based manufacturing business;
- a Jersey-based Trustco on its equity investment in a UK-based higher-education provider;
- a regulated Singaporean futures market on a strategic review of its M&A options;
- a UK-based provider of IT solutions to the UK retail general insurance sector on the acquisition of a niche UK software development business;
- a European financial services company on the disposal of its UK asset management business.
Turner joined Shoosmiths in April 2013, having previously been a partner at boutique corporate practice Hill Hofstetter (formerly part of Reed Smith). He is praised by clients as someone who ‘gets things done’ and who builds ‘strong relationships with clients’.
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This information was sourced from the Shoosmiths website.
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