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Corporate Practice Highlights | 2023

White & Black Corporate Highlights. After a very strong 2023, it has been a great start to the year for our top-ranked Corporate Team. The Team have already completed two transactions and been instructed on another nine (five cross border), four involving new clients to the firm.

White & Black Corporate Practice Highlights

Jonathan Williamson added:

2023 was an exciting year for the team with a very high number of quality transactions. Whilst advising long-standing clients on their ongoing buy-and-build strategy is always rewarding, it has been particularly pleasing to get to know and advise so many brand-new, exciting clients on acquisitions, fundraisings and disposals. It has also been another year of developing our key international relationships leading to the team advising on another 6 cross-border transactions covering jurisdictions such as the US, Sweden, Norway, India, South Africa and Ghana. The pipeline for 2024 is already full of secured instructions, new clients and exciting conversations.

Corporate transactional work is the largest area of our practice including mergers and acquisitions, finance, joint ventures, corporate governance, and banking involving high-growth and pure technology companies. Please get in touch with Jonathan Williamson or John Allen for more information.

Read more of our 2023 Corporate Practice Highlights below:

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