This is the one of five deals completed by Lewis Silkin in October for AIM-listed companies. They are Mondas’ acquisition of DSR Holdings, Bizspace’s purchase of six properties, the IPO of Technology and Internet Property Services as well as two acquisitions, one disposal and a £2.6m fund raising for Upton and Southern Holdings.

The work comes from the firm’s relationship with corporate finance house John East & Partners. Head of corporate Clare Grayston established the relationship several years ago.

It is a prime example of a small firm doing what it does best: working with small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Still a burgeoning part of the UK and European economies, SMEs are ideally suited to their equivalent law firms.