DMH Stallard advises on the acquisition of specialist motor insurance company

DMH Stallard is delighted to have acted for the buyer, an acquisitive insurance group, on its acquisition of a specialist motor insurance company.

Abigail Owen (corporate) led the DMH Stallard team, working closely with Kay Miles (corporate), advising the buyer on the acquisition. Abigail said:

“We were pleased to advise our client on this important transaction, which will allow the target business to continue to excel in the motor insurance market, providing ongoing services to their clients and continuity to their staff. We look forward to working with them and the buyer as they continue to grow”.

The Director of the buying organisation commented that:

“Abigail and her team has a skilful grasp of the legal issues and was able to provide us with top level legal advice and a clear commercial approach. It is an exciting time for the business, and we look forward to continuing to support their growth and development and to being part of our team”.

The DMH Stallard team also included Sarah Naylor (banking), William Walsh (employment) and Roger Yates (property).


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Abigail Owen

Senior Corporate Counsel

Experienced in corporate mergers, acquisitions and sales/disposal transactions, MBOs, private equity, restructuring, JVs and shareholder arrangements

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