Corporate governance: the role of the supporters’ trust
In this blog, we discuss the role and structure of the supporters’ trust, the advantages and disadvantages of community ownership in the context of professional sport, and shareholder protections and remedies.
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Richard heads both the London Corporate practice, and Sports practice, of Dentons.
Richard's focus is on M&A and corporate work. He is particularly interested in corporate governance issues, and regularly advises companies and other organisations on how they best operate to achieve good and effective governance standards.
Daniel is a corporate lawyer at Dentons and is a member of the firm's Sports group. Daniel has acted on the acquisition of major football clubs in the United Kingdom and advises on all aspects of corporate finance transactions, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions (share and business sales), company/business ownership matters, joint ventures and investment funds.