Nadine Wilkinson

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Nadine Wilkinson

Nadine combines legal expertise with good client rapport to provide guidance to client companies


Nadine joined Jordans as a Corporate Governance Consultant. She supported a varied portfolio of companies by providing help and advice with governance matters, whilst ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and the companies' constitution.

Having completed a law degree and the LPC, it was a natural progression for Nadine to become a Trainee Solicitor. Her training contract focused on corporate and commercial law. Her experience included assisting with corporate acquisitions and reorganisations; share capital alterations and data protection advice including dealing with a complex subject access request. She also works on contract drafting and advice in addition to other commercial law matters. Nadine is now a fully qualified solicitor having completed her training contract in March 2017.

Clients are drawn to working with Nadine because she is commercially minded and takes a practical approach to achieving their objectives.

SPVs and property investment

What is a SPV? SPV is an acronym for “Special Purpose Vehicle”. A SPV is a legal entity, usually in the form of a limited company, which has been set up for a particular and usually specific purpose. Why have SPVs become a popular choice for property investment? Due to the changes in buy-to-let taxation, accountants are increasingly advising their clients to conduct property...

Contract frustration – seeing into the future?

  What is "frustration"? Contractual frustration is the legal termination of a contract in circumstances where an event occurs, which is so fundamental and entirely beyond the contemplation of the parties at the time of contracting and which renders performance impossible, illegal or which makes the obligations of the parties radically different. If a contract is deemed to have...

Buy-to-Let Earthquake – Accountants Beware

The date of 1 April 2016 is nearing. This is when the changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax come into force with an extra rate of 3% applied to the purchases of buy-to-let property and second homes. The government has also announced the slashing of mortgage interest rates relief to be phased in from April 2017. Many accountants have begun advising their clients who invest in property...

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