Zebra LC shortlisted for International M&A Award

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20 April 2015


Zebra LC200Legal Sector technical due diligence specialist Zebra LC has been shortlisted for Acquisition International’s 2015 M&A Awards.

These global awards recognise the outstanding achievements of individuals and companies within M&A. Acquisition International’s M&A Awards identify and honour success, innovation and ethics across international communities. The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their ingenuity and hard work over the last twelve months, distinguishing them from their competitors and proving them worthy of recognition.

Zoe Holland, founder & managing director, said:  “Being shortlisted for this award is fantastic news for us. Our due diligence in M&A within the legal sector continues to grow. Projects in Q1 this year have been at a significant pace and the team have worked incredibly hard in a number of highly confidential projects. This shortlisting is a real boost to the team and comes on the back of our ISO 9001 accreditation as due diligence specialists in February 2015.”

Zebra Legal Consulting (Zebra LC) is a trusted advisor to the UK legal sector and due diligence specialist with an award winning national brand. The business delivers client projects with a unique and distinct market leading approach.  Clients include law firms, banks, insurers, investors, funders and new market entrants.

Widely recognised for entrepreneurship, innovation, technical brilliance, professionalism and absolute discretion. Zebra has advised in some of the highest profile M&A deals in legal sector including landmark M&A deals within the personal injury sector. In 2014 M&A deals included advising for Fairpoint Group PLC and North Edge Capital in deals of £15million upwards.

This shortlisting comes on the back of 4 previous awards including Zoe Holland being named Legal Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2014 Modern Law Awards.

 



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