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Corporate deals worth £125m-plus in Thursfields’ busiest year ever

Thursfields Solicitors has recorded its busiest ever 12 months of corporate activity, providing legal guidance on 29 deals worth a total of more than £125 million. Gareth Burge, director and head of Corporate at Thursfields, explained that he and his team had coped with the hectic period despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Gareth said: “The last…

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Our Latest Deals

March, 2021

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Thursfields advised the shareholders of C.G. Reynolds on their sale (by way of MBO) to Rebox Holdings

October, 2020


Thursfields advised the management team of Smartbox on their joint acquisition of Smartbox with CareTech plc

August, 2020

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Thursfields advised the majority shareholder, TelXL, on the part sale of Cirrus Response Group and the investment by BGF

August, 2020

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Thursfields advised the shareholders of CJN Insurance on their sale of The County Group

May, 2021

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Thursfields advised the shareholders of cloudThing Group on their sale of Kerv, a transaction backed by LDC

February, 2021


Thursfields advised DRPG on its acquisition of A-Vision UK

May, 2020


Thursfields advised Logik Holdings on its acquisition of Logik Logistics International

November, 2020

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Thursfields advised the shareholders of PCMSENG Group on their sale to British Engineering Services

March, 2021

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Thursfields advised the shareholders of Sarpak on their sale to Alfaplas

September, 2020


Thursfields advised Tenn Holdings on its acquisition of National Business Register

April, 2021

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Thursfields advised the shareholder of Top Banana on his part sale to TBA plc

December, 2020

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Thursfields advised Vale Brothers on its merger with Davies Odell, a subsidiary of CEPS plc


Gareth Burge
Director, Corporate

Gareth is head of Thursfields’ corporate team and specialises in a broad range of corporate work including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, private equity, joint ventures and shareholder agreements, group reorganisations and commercial transactions. Gareth joined Thursfields from the London office of leading international law firm, Watson Farley & Williams. In the 2020 edition of…


Tim Edwards

Director, Corporate

Fiona Boxwell

Associate Director, Corporate

Philip Chapman

Director, Corporate & Commercial

Joe Rollins

Associate Solicitor, Corporate

Reece De-Vaney

Solicitor, Corporate

Ellie Bryan

Paralegal, Corporate


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