Emerald Law secures refinancing package with RBS

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22 May 2014


Emerald Law Solicitors has agreed to a refinancing package with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) as part of the business’ continued growth which includes the development of a new department.

The Liverpool based firm has recently taken on a number of noise-induced hearing- loss cases. Due to the unique nature of the casework, the firm has taken on additional staff to assist, creating a new department to focus on this work. Funding facilities from RBS are being used to support this initiative. Emerald Law Solicitors recently moved its business to RBS due to the bank’s strong legal sector focus.

Emerald Law Solicitors is a multi-disciplinary law firm providing a personal legal service to businesses and individuals alike. This includes business services such as contracts, leases, business startups, employment advice and HR services, as well as personal services.

Oonagh Murphy, Sole Practitioner at Emerald Law Solicitors, said: “It’s an exciting time for the business as we look to expand our services. We provide a quality legal service with a determination to achieve the best possible solution for you. Our team and our clients are our most important assets and we will adopt a collaborative approach of mutual goals, communication and respect to ensure you achieve your desired outcome.”

She added: “Andy Webster, our bank manager with RBS, has been extremely supportive throughout our time with the bank. He has gone above and beyond the call of duty to assist us with our continued growth.”

Andy Webster, Relationship Director RBS Liverpool, said: “Emerald Law has a strong portfolio of legal services available to individuals and businesses, and we are confident the business will continue to grow in the future. We are delighted to work with Emerald Law and wish them every success for the future.”



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