Campbell Dallas Corporate Finance has reported a brisk start to 2017 after advising on 6 transactions in a similar number of weeks.
The deals involved due diligence and lead advisory work on five acquisitions and one sale, with Campbell Dallas acting for corporates, business owners and private equity firms.
The deals were in a variety of sectors including new media, manufacturing, healthcare and business services and were both in Scotland and the wider UK, including an overseas purchaser in a sale.
Deals included, acquisition of Neva by Fleet Alliance; acquisition of Stevenswood by Polyframe; acquisition of Nustyle by James Donaldson Timber; and the sale of Peach Digital to Webedia.
Commenting, Graham Cunning, Head of Corporate Finance with Campbell Dallas said: “We finished 2016 on a high and started off 2017 at a similar level with a variety of high profile and interesting deals. The team has not only advised on the deal structures, but also on tax and VAT issues, which makes for complex and interesting assignments.
He added: “Despite the unexpected events of 2016 and the continuing political and economic uncertainty, the environment for deal making remains favourable, so it is still a good time to sell or for investment, which augurs well for the remainder of the year”.