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Matthew Crosse, Partner

Matthew Crosse
Matthew Crosse

Matthew Crosse


Related Service Area: Corporate and Commercial
Areas of Specialism: Corporate law; Mergers and Acquisition; Fundraising; Re-organisations; Private Equity
Office based at: Milton Keynes

Head of Corporate and Commercial Team.  With over 20 years’ experience of advising buyers/sellers/management teams/investors on M&A deals.  Matthew has worked on some of the highest profile deals locally.  At a previous firm he was part of the team that advised a client on an AIM Listing back in the 1990’s – this was the first AIM Listing for a Surrey based law firm.

Matthew advises companies and office holders on all aspects of non-contentious insolvency related matters including pre packs and solvent reorganisations, and has advised on a number of substantial section 110 reconstructions.

Matthew also advises on all aspects of the academy conversion process and on the formation and running of multi academy trusts.  He advises directors/governors on their responsibilities in running schools, and during the conversion process.

Matthew specialises in buying and selling businesses and companies, including management buy outs and private equity fundraising.  He has advised on some of the largest corporate deals to have taken place locally over the last 15 years and has acted for household names such as Samsung and Lloyds Bank.

He is an East Midlands business champion and leads Tollers involvement with ProHelp (an organisation that arranges free professional advice to charities and not for profit organisations).

Matthew’s areas of expertise are:

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Financing
  • Private Equity Investment
  • Reorganisations
  • Banking
  • Deal Management

Types of Client Matthew has worked with:

  • SME’s
  • PLC’s
  • Care home providers
  • Professional service firms
  • Academies

Matthew is a Member of the Law Society.

Outside of work Matthew supports Northampton Saints, plays golf and runs marathons.

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