Druces wins International Deal of the Year at the Midlands Dealmaker Awards

We are pleased to announce that Druces, alongside RSM, PwC, Walker Morris and Fredrikson &

Autumn drinks reception

We will be joined by guest speakers for a short discussion on the current state

Druces advises Beaumont Cornish, Shard Capital and SI Capital in connection with Metals One PLC’s admission to AIM

Druces’ Capital Markets team advised Beaumont Cornish Limited, Shard Capital Partners LLP and SI Capital

Register of Overseas Entities – An Updating Update

UK Companies House maintains a register of non-UK entities which own UK real estate.  Parts

Druces advises Savannah Resources PLC on its £6.1m placing and subscription and £0.4m raise through PrimaryBid

Druces’ Capital Markets team has advised Savannah Resources PLC, in connection with an accelerated bookbuild

Druces Announces New CEO

Following a strategic review, the partners of Druces have elected to appoint a CEO to

Companies House Reforms – The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill is likely to receive Royal Assent within the

How can ‘climate-related risks’ affect your property and the value of your investment?

In April 2023, The Law Society issued Guidance on Climate Change for Solicitors (you can

Druces’ Dispute Resolution Summer Party

Join us for a summer evening to celebrate the 2023 Wimbledon Championships complimented by the

Are you struggling to attract talent?

The recruitment squeeze With the number of job vacancies remaining near all-time highs and fewer

What is Escheat and How Can it Affect Land and Property Owners?

Escheat is a process whereby ownerless freehold land (in England and Wales, with exceptions) may

Government announces proposals to reform non-compete clauses

The Government has announced (10 May) that it will legislate to limit the length of