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LG in the picture on sale of Jessops brand to Dragons' Den star Jones
Lawrence Graham (LG) has taken a lead role on the sale of the Jessops brand to a number of buyers including Dragons' Den star Peter Jones. The sale comes after the camera retailer went into administration last month, with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) appointed as administrator.
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Lawrence Graham (LG) has taken a lead role on the sale of the Jessops brand to a number of buyers including Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones.
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Profit per equity partner (PEP) rose by 63.8% at legacy Lawrence Graham in the firm's 2013-14 financial results, prior to the merger with Wragges & Co which went live on 1 May this year.
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