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Sep 19

New legal director to boost Corporate team at Raworths

Raworths is growing its Corporate team with the recruitment of Jon Healey who joins the firm as a Legal Director. The senior appointment follows a consistent period of growth for the unit.

Jon joins Raworths from McCormicks Solicitors and prior to that Walker Morris. Jon is experienced at handling a variety of matters including private equity transactions, re-organisations and high level M&A.

Simon Morris, head of corporate at Raworths said: “Jon has an impressive track record and is well respected regionally. His skills and experience will be invaluable given the increasing volume and complexity of work we are undertaking for our clients. I’m delighted to welcome him to the team.”

The Corporate team at Raworths work with a broad range of regional, national and international businesses as well as the entrepreneurs and investors behind those businesses. The expert team focus on building long term relationships with clients to deliver comprehensive, reliable and high quality advice.

Jon said: “I’m delighted to be joining Raworths, the firm has an excellent reputation and is widely respected. Personally, I’m looking forward to working alongside Simon and the existing team, assisting with the increasing workload whilst developing new opportunities for the business.”

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