Browne Jacobson advised Fisher German with a team including Sam Sharp (Picture – Corporate M&A).
Fisher German merged with property consultants Matthews & Goodman in a move that will see the joint businesses now approach a turnover of almost £60m.
Fisher German, which is headquartered in Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire, was founded in 2000 with a history dating to the 1830s and employs 750 people across its network of 25 UK offices. The firm, which is made up of property consultants, agents, chartered planners, and chartered surveyors, provides services across the full property spectrum including commercial, rural, development, residential, sustainable energy and infrastructure, to a diverse client bases throughout the UK.
Matthews & Goodman was established nearly 160 years ago and specialises in the acquisition and disposal of property assets and offers consultancy services on business rates, investments, leases, property management and valuation. The business has a headcount of almost 80 and operates across its London, Manchester, and Liverpool offices.
Both businesses will trade under the Fisher German brand.
The deal was led by Browne Jacobson senior associate, Sam Sharp (Picture).
Involved fees earner: Sam Sharp – Browne Jacobson;
Law Firms: Browne Jacobson;
Clients: Fisher German;