Neville Bearpark
Corporate Finance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6011
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk
Lee Muter
Employment Taxes Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6089
e: leemuter@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.

UNW's audit client portfolio is a varied mix of business and not-for-profit entities of all shapes and sizes. Read below a kind testimonial from Sarah Stewart OBE, CEO at @NGinitiative, who discusses the companies long-standing working partnership with UNW: pic.twitter.com/G7BjbvHFop

Focusing on board level and finance recruitment, UNW's Strategic Talent team can help you source suitable candidates to meet the specific challenges of your organisation. Learn more: ow.ly/2aGd30mVNyl pic.twitter.com/A4vDNCsEPV

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