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Video: Certainty in an uncertain market

Our popular 'In conversation' series returns with Certainty in an uncertain market.

This webinar was hosted by our own Emma Digby,  joined by her colleague Jonathan Pollard – an experienced corporate lawyer who is immersed in the merger and acquisition market.

Our panel of experts covered:

  • Is COVID bounce sustainable and having a long term effect on company valuations?
  • Supply chain distress.
  • Expense management.
  • Sound financial management and margin protection.
  • Enhancing value and attracting investment and buyers.

Chris demonstrates his unique perspective as he works alongside financial directors to drive down cost whilst preserving the critical productivity of the business. This sound, proactive financial management sees businesses stabilised and in a good position for growth despite such challenging market conditions.

Nick shared his substantial experience in terms of securing corporate finance and making your business as attractive as possible to lenders and buyers alike.


Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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Emma Digby

Partner | Commercial Litigation

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+44 (0) 774 040 5743

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Jonathan Pollard

Partner | Corporate

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