Progeny Law has appointed Philip Jordan as a director in Leeds.
Jordan, who has joined the corporate legal services arm of professional services firm Progeny from Ward Hadaway, has more than 35 years of experience as a company and corporate lawyer.
He boasts experience in the manufacturing, engineering and metals sectors, as well as the food and leisure industries, assisting with operational, transactional and debt and equity funding matters.
Jordan has served as a member of the national Law Society’s company law committee for the last seven years and has been elected as the president of the Leeds Law Society on three separate occasions.
On his appointment, Jordan said: “The opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplinary professional services firm is exciting. There is a huge drive and enthusiasm at Progeny, as well as the desire to be ambitious for clients. Our joined-up professional services uniquely bring together solicitors, financial advisers, HR and tax specialists, which is definitely an aspect that attracted me.”
Commenting on his new role, Jordan said: “I will assist in building the Progeny Law practice and ultimately develop new business for the organisation. The prospect of delivering a first-class service is something I’m looking forward to providing clients, and growing our already impressive reputation.”
Neil Moles, chief executive officer at Progeny Law, said: “We are pleased to welcome Philip to Progeny. His experience and insight are a valuable addition to our business. This appointment is yet another indication of our aim to be the very best professional services firm.”