How will Brexit affect your current and future commercial contracts?

With the end of the transition period fast approaching (31 December 2020), businesses need to consider what economic implications Brexit will have on their commercial contracts. Currently the relationship between the UK and EU post-Brexit is still uncertain, therefore there is no definitive answer for commercial contracts. Fortunately, in comparison to other areas of law, […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

The Impact Of The Corporate Insolvency And Governance Act 2020 On Construction Contracts

The Corporate and Insolvency Act was introduced by the UK Government on 26 June 2020. It contains a range of permanent and temporary measures, with most of the temporary ones retrospectively taking effect from 1 March 2020. The Act seeks to provide flexibility to businesses suffering financially due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Act also […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

The Pro’s And Con’s Of Private Equity

In recent years private equity has become a popular way for many companies to fulfill their plans for growth. In this article, the Corporate team of Greenaway Scott outline what private equity is and its advantages and disadvantages. Private equity consists of funds and investments directed to private companies by an investor, who in return […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

EBITDAC – The New-Normal For Valuation?

Craig Blackmore, Director of Verde Corporate Finance (part of the GS Verde Group) shares his thoughts on if valuation of businesses will be affected by Coronavirus. Business owners who were considering buying or selling a business before the pandemic may be left wondering if the valuation of businesses will be affected by Coronavirus. There have been wide […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

The winding down of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – Flexible Furlough and the future

Further guidance on the future of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was released on Friday, 12th June 2020 which provides more detail on the ‘flexible furlough’ scheme that was announced at the end of May. So how will it work? What do employers need to consider? In this article our employment team outline the […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

Informing And Supporting Business

Covid-19 has led to many legal challenges for the business sector. Many business owners will be looking for options and advice whether it be HR & employment or commercial law. The legal professionals at Greenaway Scott have created a range of advice articles that have been made available to the public. Their aim is to […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

How to plan an MBO

Leanne Thomas is Director and Head of West Wales for corporate lawfirm Greenaway Scott (part of the GS Verde Group).    In this article, Leanne looks at how to successfully plan a Management Buyout (MBO) and looks at the key considerations for both the selling and buying parties. An MBO is a transaction where a company […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott

Is Now The Right Time For An Mbo?

Director, Leanne Thomas, looks at the current market conditions and if it would help or hinder an MBO (Management Buyout). A management buyout (MBO) is a transaction where a company is acquired by some or all of its management team, usually through a new company which will have been set up for the purposes of […]

Nigel GreenawayDirector - Corporate, Greenaway Scott