Corporate Law


Corporate Law

Every business needs legal assistance from time to time. Ensuring you have official arrangements in place allows you to grow your business confidently while protecting your reputation and financial security. It is also important you understand regulations to avoid issues down the line. Having expert legal assistance from specialists who understand your business can protect your interests and keep your mind at ease, allowing you to focus on your commercial objectives.

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Corporate expertise, tailored to your business

No two businesses are the same, which is why corporate legal needs vary so greatly. You may need advice as you merge with or acquire another business or perhaps you are entering into a joint venture and want to set up a robust agreement. Perhaps you need assistance overseeing your company secretarial to ensure you are fully compliant with UK law. Or you might find yourself in need of guidance through the legalities of financial processes.

More than legal specialists, our Corporate Team will get to know your business and its objectives, challenges and unique needs, so that they can advise you in a way that helps you reach your commercial aims. What’s more, our transparent fee framework means you are always clear on costs.

It is essential you understand the financial and legal implications of any issues, and we will provide the clarity you need to make informed business decisions. Whatever matters arise, we can draw on an external network of banks, financial institutions, private equity, corporate finance and cross-border professionals to provide the right team of specialists for your unique situation.


Our expertise in this area encompasses:

Case Studies

Corporate buildings

Thrings’ Corporate Team completed the sale of builders’ merchants Ashmead Building Supplies Limited to fellow building materials supplier, Bradfords Building Supplies, for an undisclosed sum.

Busy street at night

Thrings’ Corporate team advised the shareholders of Watson Petroleum Limited on its acquisition by World Fuel Services Corporation, one of the largest global fuel logistics companies in the world.

London skyline

Thrings’ Corporate team advised the AIM Listed Toledo Mining Corporation plc, which was the holding company of a Philippines nickel mining corporation, on its public takeover by DMCI Mining Corporation.


Thrings have proved themselves commercially, pragmatically and legally competent. A combination that in my experience is rare. I am looking forward to expanding our involvement together.

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