7Legal and Finance Announces New Appointments

16th May 2019

7Legal and Finance, the South Yorkshire-based business which offers clients both legal and financial advice, has appointed Maxine Hodson and Vicki Westwood to the team.

Maxine joins as a Trainee Solicitor from Browne Jacobson in Nottingham where she worked on a variety of transactions including new build developments, Shared Ownership and Right to Buy. Previously, Maxine worked at Aviva for 10 years before deciding to return to University to read Law. Maxine will be working alongside Jeremy Bennett and Samantha Sellars in the company's corporate and commercial offering. Maxine said: -I'm looking forward to working in the Yorkshire market, given 7Legal and Finance's bespoke offering, as well as having the opportunity to continue to progress my legal career with the company. Vicki joins the business as a Legal PA, having previously worked at Shorts Accountants. Prior to this, Vicki spent 12 years as PA to the Financial Director at Valiant Holdings as well as 12 years at PwC. Vicki said: -With nearly 30 years of secretarial and PA experience, I bring a high level of secretarial knowledge to 7Legal and Finance and I'm looking forward to being part of the team. 7Legal and Finance is authorised by the Law Society under the Alternative Business Structure process. The business offers a range of services including corporate sales and purchases, business restructuring and turnaround, property transactions, litigation services, insolvency advice and funding support.

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