Neville Bearpark
Consultant

t: +44 (0)191 243 6000
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk
Mark Hetherington
VAT Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6073
e: markhetherington@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

Due Diligence

UNW’s transaction support team assists a huge number of corporate acquirers looking to establish their assets and corporate potential. For one client, we have performed due diligence on around 30 target companies.

Irrespective of business type or size, our clients can always boast of the time that UNW invests to ensure that their specific scope of work is focused and defined. Our team has extensive experience working with sectors including engineering, technology, healthcare and many others.

We are a leading provider of Regional Growth Fund (RGF) due diligence, having provided support to over 20 RGF applicants for grants ranging from £1 million to £10 million.

Our audit team work with a wide variety of businesses and not-for-profits. Below Frank W Hurst of @thompsonsofp, a leading demolition company, discusses the organisations relationship with UNW: pic.twitter.com/g8BAgWTJXh

Our dental partner @AlanMSuggett was recently interviewed by dentist Bradley Thornton on The Dental Business Podcast. Alan shares his insight on the journey of a practice, as well as the challenges facing them. Listen here: podlink.to/cmu2

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Extended eligibility for VAT grouping from 1 November 2019

The previously announced proposals to extend the eligibility to join a VAT group to non-corporate entities will come into effect

UNW brings together ambitious retailers at Who Can Fix My Car

UNW’s Corporate Finance team and Who Can Fix My Car, a leading website that connects drivers with car repair services local to them, recently hosted a round-table lunch in Newcastle upon Tyne. The forum was held to explore how data can be used more effectively to increase sales and efficiency by encouraging attendees to share ideas. It also allowed them to investigate ways in which they could collaborate with one another in the future.