As a leading Island law firm, DQ has played a key role in advising Boston Multi Family Office on its acquisition of the Fedelta Group – a well-established corporate service provider in the Isle of Man – from Fedelta Holdings Limited.
Respected for its broad range of advisory work, including legal, regulatory, compliance and tax services for both local and global clients, DQ was represented on the transaction by an advisory team headed up by Manxman Andrew Harding, who spearheads the company’s Corporate and Commercial division.
Showcasing the strength and depth of the Douglas-based practice, firm partner Andrew, who also delivered regulatory advice, was ably assisted by Rachel Winterbach. Direct tax advice was provided by Greg Jones, VAT advice by Paul Cawley, employment and litigation advice was covered by partner Leanne McKeown assisted by Jessica McManus and pensions advice was provided by partner Annemarie Hughes, assisted by Rachel Winterbach.
Andrew said as follows:
“The deal highlighted the professional strength and depth of knowledge in the practice, as well as a modern approach to the landscape of legal and advisory services. We are extremely proud to have supported Boston with an acquisition which further promotes the Isle of Man as a strong, forward-thinking and pro-active jurisdiction.
To be at the forefront of legal firms in the Isle of Man, you need to deliver a first-class level of service to clients and offer a breadth and depth of legal and advisory services with staff who are innovative, dedicated and responsive – factors we pride ourselves in.
Working on this acquisition we were able add value from a suite of advisory services, enabling us to do what we’re most passionate about: delivering the highest level of support to our clients, on every aspect of the transaction. Moving forward, we look forward to offering our full deal advisory services to other clients who may be looking to grow or sell their businesses.”
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