Advice designed to develop your business

Our team offers expert advice for UK businesses on everything from finding investment and Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), to supporting global corporations on mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures (JVs).

We'll help you develop your business – whether you’re a UK company looking for investment or undertaking an IPO, or a global corporation dealing with a merger, acquisition or JV.

Our specialist sector knowledge, combined with the firm’s access to our own experts in areas like tax, employment, pensions and real estate means we can bring you truly practical legal solutions.

A key indicator of the skill of our corporate team is the long-lasting relationships we have established. Some of our clients have been with us for more than 30 years.

NED Awards 2017

NED Awards 2017

Nabarro is proud to be sponsoring the “Quoted Company - Official list” category at the Non-Executive Director (NED) Awards. The awards, established by Peel Hunt in 2006, recognise the achievements of Non-Executive Directors within the business and not-for-profit community. The awards focus on how their advice and experience can transform organisations and help deliver long-term success and growth.

The 2017 Awards Categories are:

  • FTSE 100
  • Not-for-Profit/Public Service Organisation
  • Quoted Company - AIM
  • Quoted Company - Official list
  • Unquoted/Private Equity Backed

If you would like to make a nomination, please click here. Nominations for the 2017 awards are open until Sunday 27 November 2016.

Mohammed Majid talks about joint ventures in Oath Magazine

Mohammed Majid talks about joint ventures in Oath Magazine

Corporate Partner Mohammed Majid, based in our Dubai office looks at some of the issues that arise in joint ventures in the Middle East, based on recent trends in the market. This article was originally published in the June edition of the Oath Magazine. To read more click here.

 Taking AIM: ambition and fear in the UK technology sector

Taking AIM: ambition and fear in the UK technology sector

For US technology companies with “unicorn” ambitions, listing on Nasdaq is seen as a natural step – a means to raise new capital for growth and to realise the investment of early investors.

In the UK, the AIM market, which is designed for growth companies, should offer a similar solution. However, according to our research, tech companies in the UK are less likely to think of AIM as a source of capital or a step towards an exit. Meanwhile, investors would like to see a greater number of tech stocks with a listing on AIM. This report unpicks the contradiction between the appetite of investors and the ambitions and fears of founders. Download a copy of Taking AIM: ambition and fear in the UK technology sector here.

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