COVID-19: Trading in the New Normal

COVID-19: Trading in the New Normal

COVID-19: Trading in the New Normal The economic landscape has changed at rapid speed as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Many businesses have not had time to make contingency plans and are seeing a downturn in productivity and trading. Instead of reacting to...
Mezzanine finance

Mezzanine finance

Mezzanine finance Businesses are often faced with the question – how can we fund our growth or next project? Here, Yavan Brar, managing partner and head of corporate at Herrington Carmichael LLP, explains the concept of a hybrid between the two main methods of equity...
COVID-19: Restructuring for business efficiency

COVID-19: Restructuring for business efficiency

COVID-19: Restructuring for business efficiency ‘COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on UK businesses who are continuing to adapt to the ongoing changes daily. Businesses are worrying about their long-term survival and business owners are looking to...
Valuing your Business and Maximising it’s Value

Valuing your Business and Maximising it’s Value

Valuing your Business and Maximising it’s Value There are a number of reasons as to why a business may be valued. The primary motive of a valuation is often for sale purposes – in a share sale, the shareholders will need a starting point for negotiations with...
Directors’ Duties: A Recap

Directors’ Duties: A Recap

Directors’ Duties: A Recap Directors of a company are subject to a number of duties which have the purpose of protecting the shareholders of a company by ensuring that directors can be held to account for the way in which they manage the day-to-day affairs of a...
The End of LIBOR – What to expect?

The End of LIBOR – What to expect?

The End of LIBOR – What to expect? The globally recognised and crucial London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is understood to be the benchmark interest rate for a reported US $300 trillion worth of financial contracts worldwide, including around $30 trillion...