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Work 01753 889995
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40256 GERRARDS CROSS
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Victoria Holland

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Work 01753 279022
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B P Collins LLP

Work Department

Corporate and commercial.

Position

Victoria trained and worked for six years at progressive and innovative city firm Pinsent Masons before joining B P Collins LLP. The result of this experience and training is that she delivers a city-type service – responsive, expert, accurate, high-quality advice – in a personable and more affordable and accessible way. Known for her speed of response, efficiency and highly-organised approach, Victoria believes that really listening to clients is the first key requirement of her role as trusted advisor and she strives always to do this in an intelligent, practical and commercially minded way to deliver excellent client service. Described by clients as “firm but fair”, Victoria is personable, honest and reliable, delivering credible outcomes with integrity in a down-to-earth and clear way. Specialities include: commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions, MBOs, business start-ups, restructuring, shareholder arrangements and exit, partnership agreements, re-financing projects, compliance and risk management, company secretarial, joint ventures, distribution, agency and franchising agreements, confidentiality agreements and consultancy agreements. Victoria managed relationships for a number of key corporate clients of the firm and has advised on significant transactions for TMD Holidays Limited, Grundon Waste Management Limited and Lane 4 Management Holdings Limited.

Career

Trained Bovis Limited 1997-99, including a six month secondment to Clifford Chance and a twelve month secondment to Pinsent Masons; solicitor Pinsent Masons 1999-2005; associate solicitor B P Collins LLP 2006-08; senior solicitor B P Collins LLP 2008-12; partner B P Collins LLP 2012.

Member

Law Society.

Education

King Henry VIII School, Abergavenny; Liverpool University 1989-1992: 2.1 LLB (Hons).

Leisure

When not at work, Victoria enjoys spending time with her partner and two children. Victoria also loves reading, theatre and travelling.


South East: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

Within: Corporate and commercial: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

B P Collins LLP fields a team that 'understands clients' needs and compares well with City firms both on price and service'. The group has an extensive track record in the waste management, recycling, renewable energy, technology, food, logistics and pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors, and has longstanding relationships with national and international clients such as Biffa Group. In an illustration of the depth of the firm's waste industry knowledge, practice head Alex Zachary    ('Very thorough and will stick to his guns where required') and solicitors Lucy Newman   and Dana Eyre  acted for Biffa Wast Services on its £4.9m acquisition of Amber Engineering, a waste management business in South Wales. In another key transactional highlight, David Smellie  acted for the shareholders of Martello Holdings on the sale of the company's issued share capital to Franki Foundations UK. Other key figures include technology sector specialist Simon Deans , whose clients include CliniMed and Rico Logistics; and Victoria Holland , whose expertise encompasses retail and leisure and professional services.

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