DMH Stallard acts for Finishing Touches on its recent share acquisition

14 Mar 2016

DMH Stallard recently advised Finishing Touches (Semi-Permanent) Make Up Ltd on its acquisition, as part of its succession planning and future plans.

The Sussex based Finishing Touches Group is a leading product supplier and provider of semi-permanent make up training, medical tattooing courses and digital skin needling within the medical cosmetics industry.

Abigail Owen, Corporate Partner, led the DMH Stallard team, advising on the acquisition. The local Brighton office of UHY Hacker Young advised on the tax aspects of the acquisition.

Commenting on the transaction, Abigail Owen said “We are pleased to have worked closely with the Finishing Touches Group on this important transaction and help them navigate through the complexities which presented themselves to reach a successful conclusion.”

Dawn Forshaw, director of Finishes Touches said: “The advice provided by Abigail and her team was invaluable. This is an unfamiliar area for us and Abigail took onboard our concerns and efficiently managed the process, kept us informed through-out the process, enabling all parties to achieve their desired goals.”

For more information on this announcement or for information on other services offered by the corporate team, please contact Abigail Owen, or speak to your usual contact in the corporate team.

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