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

Acquisitions

Our corporate finance team is well equipped to provide a rounded and thorough support service during every step of the process, dealing with the acquisitions of businesses of varying sizes and sectors.

Our extensive networks and in-depth research facilities help identify prospective acquisitions to clients, which then begins the process of initial contact if it is a suitable option. At this stage our service will also include drafting of offer letter and heads of terms, and due diligence on all aspects of the targets business.

To ensure any deal is structured in an efficient and practical way, the corporate finance team will involve tax specialists at the relevant stages, and will also be involved in all financial aspects of the sale. As a member of the BKR International network, we are capable of delivering cross border capability on acquisition services.

Above all else, what is paramount to UNW is building relationships for the long-term. This enables us to understand the acquisition strategy and ultimately deliver added shareholder value for our client base.

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