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BTO Solicitors LLP

48 ST VINCENT STREET, GLASGOW, G2 5HS, SCOTLAND
Tel:
Work 0141 221 8012
Fax:
Fax 0141 221 7803
DX:
GW96 GLASGOW
Email:
Web:
www.bto.co.uk
Edinburgh, Glasgow

Jeremy Glen

Tel:
Work 0141 221 8012
Email:
BTO Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Corporate and commercial.

Position

Partner

Highly esteemed in his field, particularly for his ability to provide clarity in all situations, Jeremy provides commercial and corporate advice to banks, major construction companies, property developers, plcs and hotel chains, as well as a range of owner-managed businesses. Practice areas: acquisition/disposal of licensed property/companies/businesses; partnership agreements (including medical); commercial contracts of all natures; corporate/asset acquisitions and disposals; consortium/joint venture agreements; funding arrangements & Bank finance; commercial securities. Recent work includes advising in relation to acquisition of a group of 3 hotels, hotel management agreements, and various corporate acquisitions.

Career

Trained Tindal Oatts; qualified 1990; partner BTO Solicitors LLP 1996. Assistant, Tindal Oatts (1990-96); partner, Tindal Oatts (then BTO Solicitors LLP) (1996 to date).

Current directorships: The Glasgow Academy and The Glasgow Academy War Memorial Trust (charity).

Member

Law Society of Scotland.

Education

The Glasgow Academy; Aberdeen University (1988 LLB, Dip LP).

Leisure

Sailing, curling and travel. Clubs include Clyde Cruising Club, Mudhook Yacht Club and The Royal Western Yacht Club.


Scotland: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Edinburgh and Glasgow

Within: Corporate and commercial: Edinburgh and Glasgow

At BTO Solicitors LLP, recently promoted partner Scott Wyper advised Scott Timber on its acquisition of a competitor. Jeremy Glen leads the team, which also includes Alastair Dunn, Andrew Sleigh and Gary Booth.

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Scotland: Projects, energy and natural resources

Energy (excluding oil and gas)

Within: Energy (excluding oil and gas)

BTO Solicitors LLP handles equity fundraising for developers, project finance for funders and borrowers, joint ventures and site acquisitions. It undertakes a significant amount of work for Triodos Bank and, in 2015, assisted the client with its £14m funding of a three-turbine wind farm being developed as a joint venture between a housing association and Community Energy Scotland. Nicolas McBride and Jeremy Glen lead the team, which ‘combines good legal advice with commercial reality’.

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