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Reorganisations and refinancing

Lodders’ Corporate team works closely with clients to ensure that their businesses are structured in the most efficient way. We can support you at all levels, from drafting effective shareholder and partnership agreements through to guiding you through a reorganisation to drive efficiencies and profitability or to facilitate succession planning. Shareholder agreements provide a business with stability and clarity, yet they are often overlooked. We can work with you to draw up agreements that work for both you and the business, whether you are just starting out or are well-established.

We also advise on EMI Schemes to assist with retaining and incentivising key employees, and bring specialist expertise in Family Investment Companies, which can be a good way to pass on wealth to future generations, protect assets, and mitigate inheritance tax. Whatever the situation, our expert corporate lawyers have the expertise to help and guide you through the process as efficiently as possible.

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Lodders’ skilled team has a wealth of experience in corporate and commercial matters, from business sales and purchases to shares & investment advice.


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Advising shareholders on Chrysalis Loyalty sale

Lodders’ corporate and commercial team has advised the shareholders of West Midlands-based Chrysalis Loyalty on the company’s sale to an automotive software…

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Meet Lodders’ Corporate team:

Graham Spalding, corporate solicitor, head of the Business Services Group, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire

Graham Spalding


Head of Lodders' Business Services group

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Brad Quin, Partner in the Corporate and Commercial team, Lodders Solicitors LLP, Stratford, Warwickshire

Bradley Quin


Corporate team

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Leanne Lawrence, Lodders Solicitors, Company Commercial, Stratford upon Avon

Leanne Lawrence

Legal Director

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Nicola Vernon, Lodders Solicitors, Corporate and Commercial, Stratford upon Avon

Nicola Vernon


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Lydia Elvin, Lodders Solicitors, Dispute Resolution, Stratford upon Avon

Lydia Lasseter


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Questions answered

Not sure that this is the service for you? Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions for more information.

Group reorganisation typically refers to the transfer of assets, sometimes shares, from one company to another.

Reorganising and restructuring a company is often necessary to make a business more efficient or profitable. The need for a reorganisation is often triggered by a change in the business such as the need for succession planning, bringing in new shareholders or when a business is experiencing financial difficulties.

Whatever the situation, our expert corporate lawyers have the expertise to help and guide you through the process as efficiently as possible.

Group reorganisation usually involves adjusting the structure of a company, as well as making changes to the businesses operation, finances, etc.

Group reorganisation is a huge undertaking, which almost always involves changing a companies structure (how it works), and without expert assistance can cause many unforeseen problems.

Which is why it is vital that legal advice is sought before any major business changes.

Reorganising can result in increased value of a business, which is very important if owners are looking to sell.

Another reason is that this reorganisation can help to improve business performance or sales in the long term.

Our corporate team offer expert legal advice on schemes of arrangement, intra-group transfers, capital reductions, share buybacks and changes to share capital, and right issues.

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