Victoria House, 116 Colmore Row,
Birmingham B3 3BD
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Pett Franklin provides a uniquely integrated legal, tax and accounting service for all forms of employee share schemes and employee ownership to quoted and unquoted companies of all sizes across the UK.

We also undertake share valuations, provide sophisticated financial modelling and advice on the accounting treatment of equity based awards.

Our input is frequently sought by government in the development of policy.

Led by William Franklin and Stephen Woodhouse, Pett Franklin is recognised as providing the most technically robust and innovative advice within the field of employee share schemes in the UK.

Pett Franklin is a member of ProShare, the Employee Ownership Association (EOA) and the Esop Centre. Our lawyers are also members of the Share Plan Lawyers Group. 


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