We offer one of the leading specialist equity capital market legal teams based in the UK and operating globally. Offering market-leading expertise across IPOs, fundraisings, takeovers, M&A and private equity transactions involving public companies, as well as specialist advice in corporate governance and securities regulation, we have a distinctly approachable style.
In all areas of our work, we’re known for our extensive experience of ECM transactions (including as a regular adviser to investment banks on ECM transactions). Our ability to anticipate the key issues that are important – both to you and an investment bank – sets us apart. Project management, grounded in experience, is an integral part of the way we drive each deal to ensure timelines and budgets are adhered to.
Whether maintaining good relations with market participants, regulators and industry bodies, adding value by introducing our clients to other advisers (such as investment banks, financial advisers and accounting firms) and benchmarking and negotiating their terms of engagement, or simply getting on with managing your transaction, our approach is complete, energetic, decisive and clear.
In this latest report, the corporate experts at DWF analyse the key deal terms of private equity exits across both the London Main Market and AIM in 2017.
In this latest report, we analyse the key deal terms of private equity exits across both the London Main Market and AIM in 2017.
Legal business DWF has appointed corporate partner Ben Constance to its Singapore office as the business continues to grow its presence in the Asia Pacific region. Ben joins from Taylor Wessing, where he headed the Dubai corporate team.
DWF's national corporate team has had a record-breaking half year completing 61 deals in the period from April to October.
DWF has advised Mercantile Ports & Logistics Limited on a conditional fundraising of up to £29.8m through a placing, subscription and open offer of new shares.
DWF’s Corporate team advising on the deal was led by partner Jeremy Swift alongside senior associate Jemil Visram.
With effect from next year, two changes to company law will be introduced which will impact on a company’s statutory registers (otherwise known as company books). This article will highlight these changes and what they mean for your business.