Paul Kaiser
Corporate Finance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6013
e: paulkaiser@unw.co.uk
John Healey
Corporate Finance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6068
e: johnhealey@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

MBO’s / MBI’s

Structuring a buy-out or buy-in can be both complex and time consuming. UNW is well-placed to help ambitious management teams and experienced managers acquire the business they work in or are familiar with.

Our corporate finance team will advise you from everything from quick fundraising to activate a buy-out, to robust advice regarding the negotiations, structure and tax implications of any potential transaction.

No matter what the issue, we take time to understand each client’s circumstances, and when appropriate, liaise with their other professional advisers, ensuring relevant, appropriate and robust advice.

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We know that the A-Levels results day hangover might not have worn off yet, but we're still looking for a Accounting and Finance Apprentice to join our team. The closing date for applications is Monday 3rd September. Click here for more info: ow.ly/wvS130ltOjR pic.twitter.com/4BOYXq53FA

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