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A strong start to 2024 for DWF Northern Corporate Team

12 June 2024
The Manchester and Leeds offices of DWF, the global provider of integrated legal and business services, have advised on more than £1.3 billion of deals in the first months of 2024.

DWF's corporate teams in Manchester and Leeds have acted on deals across several of the business' core sectors, with a total value of over £1.3 billion. Deals included acting for Daisy on its merger with Wavenet; for QBS Technology on its investment by MML Capital Partners ; Bellascura, in relation to its share offer; and acting for Classic Football Shirts in relation to an investment by The Chernin Group to support the Company's expansion in North America

A significant number of transactions also took place in the financial services sectors, with DWF acting for Finitor Wealth in its acquisition of Fidelium; Pivotal Growth Limited on the acquisition of John Charcol and Select Mortgages & Financial Solutions and Select Brokers; as well as assisting MKC Wealth Holdings with its acquisition of Pathway Financial Planning, Gibson Lamb & Co, and Mulberry Financial.

Further transactions include advising Octavian Properties sale to Lexicon Healthcare, and Norcros plc on the sale of its Johnson Tiles business.

Frank Shephard, Global Head of Corporate at DWF, said, "Our corporate teams in Manchester and Leeds have built on a strong performance from last year and put together a tremendous start to 2024, closing on a number of corporate transactions for clients across the country. The diversity of the deals across private equity, venture capital, consumer, technology and FS sectors demonstrate the broad skillset of the team.  We will look to take this momentum into the rest of the year, and continue to provide the expert advice on corporate transactions clients have come to expect from DWF."

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