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An Edinburgh-based team from CMS has advised Aviva Investors on a refinancing of 12 NHS primary health and integrated care centres across the Kingston upon Hull area. Built as part of the NHS LIFT (Local Improvement Finance Trust) Programme, Hull Citycare Limited’s portfolio of healthcare proj

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International law firm Addleshaw Goddard has launched its search for the best high-growth tech businesses to join its 5th AG Elevate programme – an accelerator for those looking to become the next tech unicorn. AG Elevate is a fast-track 10-month programme designed to advance tech businesses i

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Scottish business sentiment remained positive in the fourth quarter of 2021, but the rising cost of energy impacts prospects for 2022 and operates as a drag on the outlook for economic growth, despite the easing of pandemic restrictions, according to the results of the latest Addleshaw Goddard Scott

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Addleshaw Goddard’s corporate team is seeing a busy year end for deals which has created confidence that even with the challenges brought about by recent COVID developments, activity levels in the market will sustain as we enter the new year. Deals across the technology, digital innovation, tr

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Tim Cooper, chair of insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 in Scotland and a partner at Addleshaw Goddard in Edinburgh, has won the Association’s R3 2021 Excellence Award. Mr Cooper won the award, which was presented in memory of former R3 North West Chair and Council member Matt Dunham,

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Scottish businesses are rising to meet the net-zero challenge, with a majority confirming they have committed to or already achieved their carbon neutral aims, as new research shows a second consecutive quarter of growth in all sectors of the economy. The latest Addleshaw Goddard Business Monitor re

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Business activity has risen in Scotland as the wider economy continues to reopen, according to Addleshaw Goddard's latest Scottish Business Monitor report. The report, published in partnership with the University of Strathclyde’s Fraser of Allander Institute, confirms that business sentim

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Legal firm Addleshaw Goddard’s corporate team in Scotland has advised on the initial public offering (IPO) and admission to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange for innovative global healthcare firm, GENinCode. Specialising in cardiovascular disease risk assessment, GENinCode's products

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Addleshaw Goddard’s corporate team in Scotland has advised the majority shareholders of Livingston-based lighting innovators, designLED, on its sale to Faurecia - a global automotive technology company. A specialist in advanced backlighting digital innovation, the acquisition of designLED will

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As restrictions start to ease and the wider economy re-opens across Scotland, a major survey published today by Addleshaw Goddard, highlights that business sentiment has improved since the last quarter of 2020. The latest Addleshaw Goddard Business Monitor report – produced in partnership with

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Addleshaw Goddard has promoted legal director Jan Gruter to the role of partner. Me Gruter joined the firm in 2018 as legal director, and has acted on behalf of a range of asset and fund management clients, especially private equity, real estate and infrastructure fund managers. In his role as legal

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Insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 in Scotland is urging directors of COVID-hit businesses to make the most of the time granted by the Government’s extension of temporary insolvency measures to plan for the future. The Government has announced that it will extend a number of temporary

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