Henry is a Senior Associate in the Corporate team.
With a focus on transactional work including limited company acquisitions and disposals, Henry advises on a wide variety of corporate and financial restructurings including joint ventures, share reorganisations, demergers and general company law matters.
In addition, Henry supports clients with the negotiation and structuring of commercial and corporate agreements including share or asset sales and purchases (with transaction values generally between £250,000 and £10m).
Henry has acted for a range of clients across various sectors including healthcare, manufacturing, technology, retail and hospitality. He has significant expertise in the care sector and has worked for several care home operators and developers on a variety of transactional and corporate restructuring matters.
Working with owners and directors of SMEs, clients include The London Beer Factory, Bluebrick Healthcare, Senior Architectural Systems, JS Care, Empire Property Group and Wilsons Furnishers.
Recent examples of how Henry has supported clients include:
- working with the board of The London Beer Factory Limited (a brewing company based in London) in respect of a substantial equity fundraise to several new international investors;
- advising the shareholders of Yorkshire based manufacturer of specialist drilling equipment in the £3m sale of the company to large multi-national conglomerate;
- assisting with the sale of two subsidiary companies of a large healthcare group involving two newly constructed residential care homes being sold to a large national operator for £18m;
- advising the shareholders of SCX Special Projects Limited (an award-winning design and engineering company that has worked on several high profile projects including those for Tottenham Hotspur and The All England Lawn Tennis Club) in respect of the private equity investment by Elysian Capital; and
- advising and negotiating on the acquisition by John Hudson Trailers of Tees Valley Trailers (a haulage vehicle rental company based in the North East) which involved a £5,000,000 funding package provided by NatWest and Lombard Asset Finance.