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Practice areas

  • Corporate

Anthony is an experienced corporate lawyer with a broad transactional and advisory practice acting for individuals, corporates and financial institutions. Anthony advises on the full range of corporate transactions, from M&A, complex domestic and international structuring and equity investments to fundraisings and governance advice. Clients look to Anthony for strategic advice on a wide variety of corporate and personal matters.

Anthony’s clients are both UK based and international. He advises a number of clients on international transactions including inbound investments into the UK and cross-border mergers. Anthony is a regular speaker at conferences, both in the UK and overseas.

Anthony also has a particular specialism in advising trustees on corporate matters.

Anthony qualified as a solicitor in 2001.

  • Anthony is recognised in Legal 500 as a corporate lawyer and a key partner in the Farrers Corporate team. Legal 500 notes that "Anthony Turner has a good client manner with well-balanced judgement between key commercial and legal issues where the client doesn’t necessarily need to instruct. Available and hard-working."

    Anthony is also recognised as a “financial services specialist” for his extensive work for financial services clients, and is part of a Corporate team which is “well known for its expertise in the financial services sector.”

  • Anthony holds a number of external roles. He is an editor of the Butterworths Corporate Law Service, a member of the Company Law Committee of the Law Society and sits on the Committee of the UK branch of the International Business Structuring Association.

    Anthony was for a number of years a member of the International Association of Young Lawyers and the International Bar Association.

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