Corporate & Commercial - Jeremy Brockis
Corporate Commercial - Jeremy Brockis

Jeremy Brockis



0330 024 0832

  • About me
  • Experience
  • Qualifications

I am a Partner in our Corporate Team. I deal with mergers and acquisitions, re-organisations and restructurings, joint ventures, investment work, loan and shareholder agreements, EMI and other share scheme documentation as well as other corporate matters.

I provide a high level of customer service at a reasonable cost with minimum fuss. We are there to solve our clients’ problems, not to create new ones or make a fuss about something that we can resolve.

My main sector specialism is accountancy mergers and acquisitions, but I have a wide variety of clients including those in the property, care home, manufacturing, security and technology sectors.

I joined Taylor Walton in 1996.

Recent work includes advising on:

  • The sale of accountancy practices to both local and national firms, of shares in printing and publishing businesses, the sale of a care home and of estate agency practices
  • The acquisition of restaurant businesses, shares in manufacturing companies and the buy-out of minority interests in building and other companies
  • Management buy-outs
  • Restructuring of a motor dealership group, and several property groups, to enable the extraction of value for the founders in a tax efficient manner
  • Financing arrangements for property companies, including related loan agreements, investment agreements and revised articles of association
  • Transfers of property portfolios from private individuals to LLPs, and from LLPs to limited companies
  • Shareholder agreements and new articles of association for family investment companies.
  • Investment and joint venture agreements in a variety of sectors
  • Section 110 Insolvency Act de-mergers
  • Reductions in share capital
  • EMI schemes and agreements
  • LLB from the University of Bristol


Jeremy Brockis’ posts

20 May 2019

Using Company Money to Buy Out a Shareholder

There are many reasons why a shareholder might want to leave a company, but using company money is often the only way… read more

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