Coffin Mew advise London Emblem plc on disposal of shares

The Corporate team at Coffin Mew has advised the shareholders of London Emblem Plc in their disposal of the entire share capital of the company to B.Sanders (Bromsgrove) Limited.

London Emblem Plc was set up by Sue Morse and David Bane. It is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of quality badge making products and has an impressive client list, which includes many household names.  B.Sanders, manufactures up to a million badges a week for the trade from its site in Sherwood Road, Bromsgrove, but the acquisition of London Emblem is now set to boost annual turnover by around £600,000, adding up to 250 new customers.

Sue Morse stated:

We would like to thank Coffin Mew for enabling us to complete a satisfactory deal within a very tight deadline.

The Corporate team at Coffin Mew was led by partner Nick Gross. Nick said:

We were delighted to have assisted Sue and David in the sale of their company.  We worked effectively with them, which enabled us to get the deal completed in such a tight timescale – I wish both Sue and David all the best for the future.

Accountancy and finance advice was provided by Menzies LLP’s Solent office, which was led by partner Mark Perrin.

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