Ince & Co. announces Partner-driven transaction

Ince & Co. announces a Partner-driven transaction to acquire the legal business and associated assets from The Ince Group plc

28 April 2023 – Ince & Co. (the ‘Company’ or ‘Ince & Co.’) has announced a Partner- driven transaction to acquire the legal business and associated assets from The Ince Group plc (the ‘Group’ or ‘PLC’) by Axiom DWFM Limited...

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Employees worldwide, including support staff

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