David advises on most areas of non-contentious corporate law including mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisations, re-financings, management buy-outs and buy-ins as well as joint ventures and reconstructions. He has expertise in secured lending on large ticket transactions including the corporate finance aspects of property development, mezzanine lending and private equity. He has worked for various lending institutions including banks and private equity providers (including peer to peer lending).
David’s work has taken in a broad spectrum of business sectors from automotive to the oil and gas industries including some overseas involvement. His corporate finance work has involved working with some well – known names in development – including and asset finance.
David aims to build a trusted and professional rapport with his clients by providing commercially-orientated, timely and cost-effective advice. He is always happy to discuss clients’ needs in an approachable, practical way. He is quite happy to visit new clients either at their premises or off-site.
David studied at The University of Wales and then at Grays Inn, London before studying for the Solicitors Finals at the College of Law in Chester. During that time he was also a volunteer mentor with The Prince’s Trust.