Shakespeare Martineau may eliminate 45 jobs
Just a few months after completing its merger, Shakespeare Martineau is undergoing a redundancy consultation that will cut up to 45 jobs. Most of the jobs at risk of being eliminated are part of the business support team in the firm's Birmingham location. However, a few of the jobs at risk are at the firm's London office.comments powered by Disqus
Last June legacy firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau completed their merger, creating a £75m firm. It was the eighth merger in the past nine years for Shakespeares, which set out on an acquisition strategy to pursue growth under its former managing partner, Paul Wilson. The most recent merger was overseen by Andy Raynor, the first he directed. Raynor is now CEO of the new firm.