hlw Keeble Hawson and fds act in Hunters and Partners Group MBO

20th February 2018

Susan Pasint-Magyar and Neil McCabe of Hunters are pleased to announce details of a change in ownership of the company.

With this announcement, they would like to confirm that the provision of all of their current services within each sector will remain unchanged. They are looking forward to building on the reputation, relationships and growth that Hammersmith-based Hunters, an architectural and building consultancy, have established over the last 63 years. Edward Keelaghan and Ian Hurlstone have relinquished their shareholdings in Hunters, which has been wholly acquired by Susan Pasint-Magyar and Neil McCabe, joint Managing Directors, who will continue to lead the multi-disciplinary practice. The deal was headed by Jo Haigh and Poonam Kaur from fds who worked alongside Paul Trudgill, of hlw Keeble Hawson's solicitors. Poonam Kaur of fds said: -We are delighted that we were able to assist both parties in this transaction to achieve a mutual beneficial outcome. Paul Trudgill of hlw Keeble Hawson said: -It was really satisfying to be able to assist Neil and Sue to complete their transition to owners of the Hunter and Partners group. Sue Pasint-Magyar said: "We would like to take this opportunity in thanking you all for the very efficient and professional way that you have handled our MBO. We would highly recommend your services to others'' Ed and Ian will continue working solely with Hunter & Partners South trading as HPS, which is and will remain an entirely separate entity to Hunters.

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