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Jeremy Orrell is the Chief Executive Officer and Head of the Corporate team. Jeremy has substantial experience of an array of corporate transactions of all sizes including mergers and acquisitions, MBOs and MBIs, reorganisations, joint ventures, partnership and shareholder matters for multinational companies, owner- managed businesses and not-for-profit sector organisations including housing associations, industrial and provident societies, charities and local authorities.

Jeremy’s deals of note have included the merger of Oldham Business Management School with the University of Huddersfield, a £100m limited partnership joint venture for City of Salford, £140m sale of Thorn Security to Tyco Inc ,£140m sale of Excel Polymers to Hexpol and the sale of Premier Care to Cera Care.


Trained Slater Heelis; qualified 1983; partner 1988; partner Cobbetts 1998; partner Slater Heelis Collier Littler 2006; partner and head of the corporate group SAS Daniels LLP 2009, chief executive officer SAS Daniels LLP 2017. Non-executive director in Pentre Holdings Ltd since 2011


The Law Society.


Ampleforth College, York; Peterhouse, University of Cambridge (1979 MA in law); Chester College of Law (1980 LPC).


Watching sport, walking and reading.

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North West > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the North West

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Jeremy Orrell – SAS Daniels LLP

At SAS Daniels LLP, experienced transactional lawyer Jeremy Orrell heads up the corporate offering, while Kaye Whitby takes the lead on commercial work. The firm is particularly focused on serving SMEs in the Cheshire region and is lauded by clients for its partner-led approach. Andy Booth has been instrumental in developing the group’s reputation for excellence in the music industry; he is regularly instructed by leading artists and bands from the Manchester area. Paul Tyrer completes the roster of recommended practitioners.