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Against the backdrop of an uncertain economic landscape, TLT was ranked the second most active legal adviser in the Southwest in Experian’s latest report. The firm also increased its UK-wide ranking and climbed the league table in London and Scotland.
The firm has made significant investments into its UK-wide corporate team in the last year, appointing Adam Kuan and Philip Barratt as partners in TLT’s London and Bristol offices respectively, as well as Julie Nixon as managing associate and Nimarta Cheema as senior associate in the firm’s Edinburgh office and Nicola Bilner as managing associate in Manchester.
High-profile and standout deals have included – but aren’t limited to - advising LDC on their investment in Cakesmiths, the £59m sale of UK-based Storagebase to South African headquartered self-storage group Storage King, the sale of Barburrito to The Restaurant Group, advising Maven on its investment into virtual reality developer XR Games and completing the sale of a 50MW battery storage project for Intelligent Land Investments Group (ILI) to clean energy enterprise TagEnergy.
TLT’s corporate team has been widely recognised across a number of awards including at the Northwest Rainmaker Awards 2022 for the firm’s work advising active growth capital investor BGF on its £5m investment into Apprentify and being crowned Tech Dealmaker of the year at the Go:Tech awards 2022.
Andrew Webber, head of corporate at TLT said: “The team continued to deliver a best-in-class service for clients across our offices throughout 2022, reflected in our ranking in Experian’s latest league table. It’s been a challenging few months more recently but certain sectors remain very active and we’re actively supporting our clients to transact with confidence as we continue to invest in our people and wider deal team resources.”
23 February 2023