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Jonathan Readon, partner, joins our Business & Finance Team in Cambridge

/ 13 July 2020

Jonathan Reardon joins Greenwoods GRM in Cambridge as Business and Finance partner. Having worked for major law firms in China and the Middle East, Jonathan has significant experience in advising on doing business in those regions including M&A, joint ventures, business set-ups, bids and procurement processes, distribution, co-operation and other commercial contracts.  Jonathan also advises Chinese, Middle Eastern and other foreign companies on investing and doing business in the UK.

Jonathan said: “I am delighted to join the high-quality and ambitious Business and Finance team led by Alastair Gunn and Alper Deniz, and to play a key role in their strong strategy for growth. I am also looking forward to working with the excellent Cambridge team to continue to develop the Business and Finance practice across Cambridgeshire and the Eastern region.”

Jonathan’s expertise spans a range of sectors including TMT, education, energy and natural resources, financial services, healthcare, leisure, sport, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, retail and transport.  He is particularly looking forward to bringing his skills and experience in tech, gained from experience of working with leading companies, to Cambridge’s world-renown technology companies.

Alastair Gunn said: “We are delighted Jonathan chose to join us.  He has a wealth of experience and knowledge and we know clients will find him great to work with and will benefit from his skills and business insight.”    

To get in touch with Jonathan email: jareardon@greenwoodsgrm.co.uk

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