Irwin Mitchell Continues Corporate Team Growth With New Hire

30th October 2014

- Natalie Joins Expanding Team In Sheffield The Sheffield office of Irwin Mitchell has boosted its Corporate & Commercial team with the appointment of Solicitor Natalie Hager.

Natalie joins Irwin Mitchell from British Telecom where she worked in the organisation's Corporate and Major Transactions team. She has a wide range of corporate expertise and at Irwin Mitchell she will work with the team to provide its corporate clients with legal support in relation to acquisitions and disposals, private equity investments, joint ventures, reorganisations and general company law issues. Irwin Mitchell's appointment of Natalie follows the recent hire of Corporate Solicitor Michael Hall from Hill Dickinson in Sheffield. Commenting on her move to Irwin Mitchell, Natalie said: -I'm excited to be joining Irwin Mitchell, particularly as it is very well known in the Yorkshire market place for its high quality client base and corporate advisory expertise. The firm has continued to invest in growing its Business Legal Services team and I look forward to working with the team and supporting this expansion in the future. Irwin Mitchell recently announced that in Yorkshire during the first half of 2014, it advised on deals with a total value of £423m. During the period, the seven Partner department worked on some of the region's highest profile deals including the multi-million pound MBO at 250-year old tool manufacturer, Spear & Jackson. Other deals in the region that Irwin Mitchell in Yorkshire has advised on include the £21m acquisition of Ask4 by Darwin Private Equity, the sale of bathroom company Cavalier to HLD Group, Lockton's acquisition of motorsport insurance broker MIS Motorsport, the £2.5 million growth capital investment in Horbury Group and Rotherham-based Underwood Meat Company's purchase of Butlers.

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