The current climate has required businesses to show adaptability and resilience in the midst of uncertainty.
With expert guidance from our market-leading team of corporate lawyers we can help you to successfully achieve your business goals.
We invest time to get to know you and understand how we can best support your business. Whether you are a start-up company backed by investors, entrepreneurs and venture capital, a growth company looking to scale-up and win new investment, or a large multinational with full-service legal requirements, we are here to help you. We create bespoke teams to ensure your needs are met and you are provided with a cost-effective solution.
We provide clarity on the priorities for each individual transaction or project - where law and business are complex, we aim to be clear.
Transactions and project we work with our clients on include:
- Mergers, acquisitions and disposals of companies based in the UK and internationally
- Public takeovers of companies listed on the UK Main Market and AIM
- All types of private equity transactions
- Venture capital and venture debt funding
- Innovative equity and debt financing arrangements
- Fund formation and the regulation of financial institutions
- Establishing LLPs and other forms of partnership
- EU and competition law
- Corporate governance and company secretarial matters
Meet the team
Brace yourselves: dentists could be liable for actions of self-employed staff
Private companies and public interest – a new approach to corporate governance?
Is now the optimal time to sell your company?
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Duke Royalty on royalty financing agreement with Fairmed Healthcare AG
Duke Royalty is the leading provider of royalty finance to companies in the UK and Europe.
Charles Russell Speechlys shortlisted for Best EIS/SEIS Legal/Regulatory Adviser at 2021 EISA Awards
The Awards denote excellence and recognise the achievements of EIS/SEIS practitioners over the past year.
COVID-19 Vaccination – can an employer make it compulsory for employees?
We review what legal issues to take into account when considering to make vaccination compulsory as an employer.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises on the sale of No.1 Lounges Ltd to SwissportALD
SwissportALD will run nine No.1 Lounge properties at the UK’s London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and Birmingham airports.
Charles Russell Speechlys releases H1 2021 deal highlights
Our deal highlights from the past 6 months are now available.
Business South and the Surrey Chambers of Commerce report on Jonathan Steele's promotion to Partner
As part of the firm's annual promotions, Jonathan Steele was promoted to Partner in the Guildford office.
Brexit and withholding taxes
A key change at the end of the transition period is that the UK is no longer bound by either the EU PSD or IRD.
Africa Global Funds Webinar: Due Diligence for PE Funds in Africa
Victoria Younghusband joined the panel discussing the challenges around due diligence for funds in Africa.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Avicenna Group on duo of pharmacy group acquisitions
The acquisition takes Avicenna to a total of 135 pharmacy branches.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises IFS on acquisition of Axios Systems
Axios Systems PLC is a global provider of cloud-based Enterprise Service Management (ESM) software.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Apollo Aerospace Components on acquisition of NYK Component Solutions
Apollo is an aerospace and defence supplier.
Helen Wong MBE
Dentistry - toothache ahead
Charles Russell Speechlys proud to sponsor the ‘Outstanding Achievement’ award at the final Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 awards
The awards celebrated the successes of Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales.
New foreign ownership rules take effect on 1 June 2021
Charles Russell Speechlys Africa Team advises Ascent Rift Valley Fund II
ARVF II will invest equity in leading small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Eastern Africa.
Public Company Update - May 2021
Read the May 2021 edition of our biannual Public Company Update.
UK SPACs: could changes to the UK Listing Rules spark an increase?
SPAC listing popularity has increased. Could the UK be the next hotspot following proposed changes to the Listing Rules?