• Corporate & Commercial
  • Finance
  • Real Estate

Max inherited his interest in real estate from his father, who is in the property business. Max focuses primarily on site acquisitions, retail and real estate finance.

Shortly after qualifying as a solicitor in 2015, Max moved to the award-winning Blacks Solicitors in Leeds. He later moved to a boutique property law firm in the city and it was at this establishment that he met Aaron and Victor. They shared his desire to create a law firm that not only engaged in high quality legal practice, but also offered a strong alternative to established city law firms. Max firmly believes in moving deals forward quickly and efficiently, doing so without sacrificing any attention to detail.

Max led one of the largest transactions in the firm’s history – a £35 million re-financing facility on behalf of one of BOS’ oldest clients.

Max was awarded his BA (Hons) in Politics from the University of Leeds and earned his Graduate Diploma in Law from BPP University, London.

I enjoy building specific long-term relationships with clients, often acting effectively as an ‘in-house’ lawyer, understanding what they need and working as an embedded part of their company. This builds up trust and also helps processes move quickly and smoothly.

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