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Work 0161 941 4000
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19865 ALTRINCHAM
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www.myerson.co.uk

Akeel Latif

Tel:
Work 0161-941-4000
Email:
Myerson Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Corporate Commercial Department

Position

Partner and Head of Corporate Commercial Department specialising in corporate finance work which includes advising on mergers, acquisitions, sales, equity investment, restructuring (whether solvent or insolvent), placing of shares (whether public or private) and AIM and PLUS flotations.

Career

Trainee in the corporate departmenrs of Rowalands and Eversheds before joining Myerson in 2001. Made partner in 2005 and became head of the Corporate Commercial department in 2008.

Languages

English

Urdu

Punjabi

Education

University of Manchester (LLB Hons Degree)

Manchester Metropolitan University (LPC: Distinction) 


North West: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the North West

Within: Leading individuals

M Akeel Latif - Myerson Solicitors LLP

Within: Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the North West

The ‚Äėtop-quality‚Äô department at Myerson Solicitors LLP¬†is regularly instructed by owner-managed businesses across the technology, professional services, manufacturing, media, franchising and charity sectors on transactions, and often advises banks, venture capital institutions, and plcs. Recent work includes advising Evans Textiles on its acquisition of Bedmaker Textiles, and acting for CCP Building Products on the acquisition of a quarry in Flintshire. Corporate finance specialist¬†M Akeel Latif¬†heads the practice, which includes¬†Andrew Brown, who¬†routinely handles M&A, equity investments and restructuring matters; Scott Sands, who¬†handles transactions across the technology, charity and professional services sectors; and Carla Murray,¬†who is experienced across IT, IP and commercial matters. Recently promoted senior solicitor Philip Ball¬†is also noted, as is managing partner Carl Newton.

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