Druces for Business

Joint Ventures

A joint venture can take a number of different forms. It can be just a straightforward proposal of financial investment to more strategic alliances, bringing together the expertise, assets and resources of independent parties, working towards a common goal.

We understand that both legal technical knowledge and commercial acumen is essential when dealing with these transactions; a balance must be struck between compromise and protection. 

Our work encompasses not only the drafting and negotiation of core joint venture agreements (and the constitutional and structural documentation), but also the commercial advice and documentation required, covering matters such as tax, intellectual property, real estate, employment, lending and security. 

This broad approach enables us to give effective advice to help our clients achieve their objectives and maximise the benefits arising from these ventures.

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Who to Contact

CHRISTOPHER AXFORD

Head of Corporate, Corporate & Commercial

Christopher is the Head of Corporate and is a member of Druces Executive Committee which manages the firm’s direction and vision for the future. He deals with a broad range of corporate and commercial matters, including AIM and AQSE work, national and international joint ventures and group restructuring.

CAROLINE CROPLEY

Head Of Corporate Restructuring

Caroline is the Head of Corporate Restructuring in the Corporate and Commercial Team. Her focus is corporate restructuring and insolvency and she regularly advises international group companies, investors and high net worth individuals on corporate law issues, whether they arise as a result of mergers, acquisitions, disposals, or internal group changes.

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