Jeremy Brockis


Corporate & Commercial, Management

0330 024 0832


I am a Partner in our Corporate Team. I deal with mergers and acquisitions, re-organisations and restructurings, joint ventures, investment work, loan and shareholder agreements, EMI and other share scheme documentation as well as other corporate matters.

I provide a high level of customer service at a reasonable cost with a minimum of fuss. We are there to solve our clients’ problems, not to create new ones or make a fuss about something we can sort out.

My main sector specialism is in the area of accountancy mergers and acquisitions but I have a wide variety of clients including those in the property, care home, manufacturing, security and technology sectors.


Horse racing, theatre, gardening


Recent work includes advising on:

  • The sale of accountancy practices to both local and national firms, of shares in printing and publishing businesses, the sale of a care home and of estate agency practices
  • The acquisition of restaurant businesses, shares in manufacturing companies and the buy-out of minority interests in building and other companies
  • Management buy-outs
  • Restructuring of a motor dealership group, and several property groups, to enable the extraction of value for the founders in a tax efficient manner
  • Financing arrangements for property companies, including related loan agreements, investment agreements and revised articles of association
  • Transfers of property portfolios from private individuals to LLPs, and from LLPs to limited companies
  • Shareholder agreements and new articles of association for family investment companies.
  • Investment and joint venture agreements in a variety of sectors
  • Section 110 Insolvency Act de-mergers
  • Reductions in share capital
  • EMI schemes and agreements

Joined Taylor Walton in 1996

What our clients say

"Very professional and handled our matter at the highest standard. We are very happy with the service we have been provided with."

“Jeremy made the experience good for us both and we were able to understand the information that was relevant to us. Jeremy broke down the legal terminology that was not clear and we understand what the ramifications were."

Using Company Money to Buy Out a Shareholder

By Jeremy Brockis | 20 May 2019

There are many reasons why a shareholder might want to leave a company, but using company money is often the only way that the remaining shareholder(s) can afford to buy the leaver’s shares.  This is perfectly possible, but it does need to be done correctly if it is to be effective and tax efficient. A share buy-back?…