Boyce Hatton named one of the most active firms in the South West

Boyce Hatton Solicitors have been named one of the most active firms in the South West when it comes to corporate mergers and acquisitions.


A report published by Experian Market IQ reveals that Boyce Hatton was joint fifth in the region in terms of the number of these deals completed in 2018.  What is particularly impressive is the fact that Boyce Hatton are competing successfully with multi-office national firms who have regional branches in Bristol and the South West.  Indeed, Boyce Hatton share fifth place on the list with a multi-national firm that has offices in Europe, Asia and the USA.

This is not only a reflection of Boyce Hatton’s expertise in this sector and the hard work of the corporate team but shows that Torbay and South Devon can more than compete with the larger cities when it comes to business growth and expansion.  More importantly, it shows that expertise is what really matters, and Boyce Hatton have a dedicated corporate team including 3 Partners with over 30 years of experience behind them.  Because of this, Boyce Hatton are able to offer a highly personal service to their corporate clients.  Having been based in Torbay for more than 60 years, Boyce Hatton truly knows the South West and understands the business needs of the local community.

As well as business mergers and acquisitions, the corporate team was kept busy in 2018 advising on commercial employment issues, de-mergers, company re-organisations and commercial landlord and tenant matters.  Overall, Boyce Hatton dealt with corporate transactions in 2018 with a value totalling £180million.

If you need advice and assistance in relation to a commercial matter, please do not hesitate to contact the team on 01803 403403.


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