'This is about the future' - Keystone's James Knight on the thinking behind the firm's IPO

Keystone's founder explains why the firm decided to become the third to list on the London Stock Exchange

“This listing is about the future,” says James Knight, founder and managing director of Keystone Law, which today (16 November) confirmed that it will become the third law firm to float on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

The initial public offering (IPO), which will take place on 27 November, has been in the making since early last year, when Knight first began thinking about taking the plunge.

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