Ed Capes

Director and Solicitor

Corporate Law


Ed Capes

Director and Solicitor, Corporate Law

Ed qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has specialised in corporate work since that time.  He advises on buying and selling companies, financing businesses (both debt and equity), joint ventures/shareholders agreements, investments and general company law matters.  Ed joined Fraser Brown from a leading regional firm in September 2018 as a Director based in the firm’s Lincoln office.

Ed covers the following work areas:

  • Share acquisitions and disposals
  • Business acquisitions and disposals
  • Joint ventures and shareholders agreements
  • Banking and acquisition finance
  • Company reorganisations and reconstructions
  • Business start-ups and company formations
  • Corporate governance and directors’ duties
  • Partnerships/LLPs

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