Catherine Golledge

Catherine Golledge

Cath completed her training at Capital and qualified in October 2017 into the respective Corporate and Banking teams.

Cath’s training involved seats in Corporate, Employment, Corporate Banking and Disputes, with a three month secondment to S4C.

The majority of Cath’s work falls under the Corporate team, where she has particular experience with investments, acquisitions and disposals, reorganisations and general corporate matter such as shareholders’ agreements.

Cath also assists the Banking & Finance team from a corporate banking perspective acting for banks and borrowers in respect of commercial and real estate acquisitions and funding for wider corporate transactions.

  • Acting for Development Bank of Wales in respect of a £3.8million equity round in World Class Finance Limited.
  • Acting for Development Bank of Wales in numerous transactions involving debt and equity investments.
  • Acting for a crematoria operator in relation to various corporate governance matters and share acquisitions, including acting in relation to a £20m facility to fund its wider expansion programme.
  • Assisting the corporate team in the exit of WestBridge SME Fund LP, when Vista Technology Support Group Limited were acquired by Scenic Topco Limited, via a £14m investment from LDC (Managers) Ltd.
  • Assisting the Corporate team in the acquisition of Acorn Learning Solutions Limited by ACT, a member of the Cardiff and Vale College Group.
  • Transactional work: M&A, MBOs, Investments
  • Shareholders’ agreements
  • Early stage companies
  • EMI schemes
  • General corporate governance
  • Investment funding

Career

  • Solicitor, Capital Law Limited (Oct 2017 – present)
  • Trainee Solicitor, Capital Law Llp (Oct 2017 – Oct 2018)
  • Trainee Solicitor (Seconded), S4C (Jan 2016 – Mar 2016)
  • Portfolio Assistant, Lombard (Jun 2015 – Oct 2015)

Education

  • University of Law (Bristol): LPC LLM, Law, Commendation (2014 – 2015)
  • Cardiff University: LLB Law and Sociology, 2:1 (2011 – 2014)