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£20 million merger between IBB Solicitors and Tubervilles

07/12/2017 News Team

UK law firm, Iliffes Booth Bennett Solicitors (IBB Solicitors), has merged with Turbervilles Solicitors, which specialises in private client services, family and childcare, commercial and park homes.

As a result of the merger on 1 January 2018, the former firm will boost its breadth of services for its client base across West London, the Western Home Counties and the Thames Valley regions.

The firm will have 225 people in 20 teams based in Uxbridge, Chesham and Chorleywood, with a combined turnover of £20 million. The merger marks the first stage of IBB’s strategy to build a "distinctive, resilient firm with enough critical mass to serve a range of commercial and private clients across the region."

Under the agreement, which was completed on 1 December 2017, all Turbervilles’ employees and the firm’s five partners will move to IBB’s offices at Capital Court, Uxbridge.

The merged firm will be led by IBB Solicitors managing partner Joanna DeBiase with Turbervilles’ former managing partner, Russell Hallam, joining the IBB leadership team from January 2018. Mr Hallam will be in charge of overseeing the integration of the two firms over the coming months and will become private client group head designate from May 2018.

Ms DeBiase said: “Since developing our long- term vision in 2016, we have been looking at ways to make our firm more resilient. Mergers are one of the ways to achieve growth as long as both firms share the same culture and values. At the core, both of our firm’s philosophies have always been about listening to our clients to get a really good understanding of how we can help them. 

“This merger has cemented our position as the go-to law firm in the West London, Thames Valley corridor and the Western Home Counties regions - not only for the quality of advice, but the breath of specialist practices and extremely competitive pricing compared to much larger firms based in the Capital and across the country.”

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