Gateley tests the public water

Taylor, Margaret
July 2015
Lawyer;7/20/2015, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses how the Gateley LLP legal company has become the first British law firm to launch an initial public offering (IPO) as of 2015, and it mentions alternative business structures (ABS), law firm mergers, and the recognition that Gateley LLP has gained. Great Britain's legal market is assessed, as well as the efforts to enhance the visibility of Gateley LLP. Corporate acquisitions are examined, along with the revenue raised by Gateley LLP as a result of a share capital sale.


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