Friday, August 12, 2022

Gateley appoints two new partners in Nottingham

Legal and professional services group Gateley has made two new senior hires to join its Nottingham office.

Helen Burgess has been appointed as a partner in the employment team, while Matt Hussey joins as a partner within the corporate team – both will be based at Gateley’s office on The Ropewalk in the city centre.

Helen joins from Shoosmiths where she spent almost 20 years in a number of roles, culminating in heading up the organisation’s Nottingham employment team since 2010. At Gateley, Helen will continue her work in the employment arena, bringing with her a wealth of experience and expertise across all areas of employment law – from corporate transactions to complex tribunals.

Matt, a Nottingham-native, has joined Gateley having spent the last six years working as a principal associate in the corporate team at Eversheds Sutherland. In his new role, Matt will focus on supporting clients within the Private M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions) and Private Capital spaces.

Helen Burgess said: “Having seen from afar the great work Gateley carries out for their clients, I am extremely excited to be joining the team. I am looking forward to building trusted relationships with clients in the East Midlands, as well as embracing the great working culture that Gateley offers.”

Matt Hussey said: “This is a great time to be joining the organisation as it continues to grow, and I can’t wait to be a part of its continued success. This is also a really exciting time for the East Midlands corporate finance market, and I am looking forward to working with our clients from across the region.”

Andrew Macmillan, who heads up Gateley’s Nottingham office, said: “We are thrilled to welcome both Helen and Matt to Gateley. They bring with them a wealth of experience and will be a real asset to the clients they support in Nottingham and beyond.”

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