JMW’s Real Estate Team Build on Their Success with New Partner
11th April 2022, 1:08 pm
The Real Estate Commercial Team at JMW Solicitors LLP Manchester office has appointed a new Equity Partner to their department.
David Frankland joins JMW from DWF where he was also an Equity Partner having joined them in 2013. David acts on a range of Real Estate matters but specialises in investment, development and acquisition and disposal as well as portfolio transactions. His clients are from a wide range of sectors, but he has a particular focus on leisure and hospitality and he has advised a diverse range of hotel, brewery and restaurant clients. His clients include Greene King, Arc Inspirations, Henry Boot and Quorum Estates to name a few. Legal directory Legal 500 2022 ranked David as a Next Generation Partner for Real Estate in the North West.
In total the Real Estate team at JMW expects to produce approximately £14 million in the year to the end of April 2022, an 31% increase from the last financial year.
Commenting on David Frankland joining the Real Estate Commercial Team at JMW, Senior Partner Joy Kingsley said:
“We are delighted to welcome David to JMW as a Partner in our Real Estate Commercial Team. He brings with him a wealth of experience and is a great addition to the firm. David has an impressive group of clients especially in the leisure and hospitality sector and will help our Real Estate Commercial department develop further. David is another example of us attracting great legal talent to JMW.”
Commenting on joining JMW David Frankland said:
“This is a great opportunity to join the ambitious Real Estate Commercial Team at JMW and I am pleased to be joining an entrepreneurial firm with a strong reputation and a commitment to its chosen markets. I am looking forward to working with clients new and old at a firm where strong relationships with clients are paramount. There is an excellent team here at JMW and a real culture of growth .”
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