Our award-winning corporate team provides a range of specialist legal services for all types of businesses. Whether you are a private company, a public company, owner managed or a family business we can work with you to protect your interests and help you achieve your goals.

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Corporate expertise, tailored to your business

More than legal specialists, our corporate lawyers act as trusted business advisers, getting to know your company, building strong relationships and providing bespoke guidance tailored to your needs. We will talk you through the implications of major legal issues, and can advise you on matters ranging from mergers and acquisitions to buy-ins and buy-outs, private equity funding and corporate restructures. Our transparent fee framework means you are always clear on costs.

Whatever the nature of your business, our support is designed to help you achieve long-term, sustainable success. Working collaboratively, we gather expertise from across the firm, drawing on an external network of accountants, banks and financial institutions,  private equity, corporate finance and cross-border professionals to ensure you have the right team in place to realise your ambitions.


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.


Business Bites

Too big to fail? Not any more…

The defining moment of the 2008 financial crisis, when bank after bank slid towards insolvency, was when it became apparent that no company is too big to fail. The recent spate of corporate collapses, from BHS to Monarch Airlines and Toys R Us, reminds us of this truism.

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News 24 July 2017

PSC register – an analysis of the data

In June 2016, the UK government’s plan to implement the world’s first open data register of the real ownership of companies came into force.  The People with Significant Control...

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News 10 July 2017

Interpreting written terms – a Sureterm

In the recent case of Wood v Capita Insurance Services Ltd, the Supreme Court clarified the methods of contractual interpretation that should be used when examining a written provision...

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News 5 July 2017

BEIS – Clamping down on corruption

Following the establishment of the People with Significant Control (PSC) register – an open data register of all beneficial owners and controllers of UK companies – the requirement for...

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