Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has secured a significant investment from August Equity to fast-track ambitious growth plans and realise AAB’s strategic vision of becoming a key UK regional player in the accountancy and wider business services market.
Deals & Transactions
Toca, provider of the world’s first no code apps and automation fabric, is today announcing GBP2 million of funding from private investors – an extension to the GBP1.4 million raised since 2018.
VSS Capital Partners (VSS), a private investment firm investing in the healthcare, information, business services and education industries, has completed the sale of Coretelligent (the Company) to Norwest Equity Partners.
Kirkland & Ellis is advising international investment firm BC Partners in connection with the extension of BC Partners’ investment in Springer Nature, a Fund IX asset.
Ironwood Capital has exited its investment in precision manufacturer Momentum Manufacturing Group (MMG), a provider of multi-operation metal contract manufacturing and precision machining based in North East USA.
ACF Investors, a UK venture capital fund that works alongside sector expert business angels to invest in high potential businesses, has passed its 100th company investment.
Turquoise, the UK merchant bank specialising in energy, environment and efficiency, has made a follow-on investment by Low Carbon Innovation Fund 2 (LCIF2) in its existing portfolio company, Spark EV Technology. The investment is part of the company’s GBP250,000 capital raising round involving both existing and new shareholders.
Derbyshire-based manufacturer Denby Pottery is reinforcing its UK and international footprint as it partners with Secure Trust Bank Commercial Finance through a GBP10 million combined facility which replaces a similar arrangement.
A UK company that provides an ethical alternative to the ad tracking techniques used by tech giants such as Facebook and Google has raised a GBP1.5 million investment to build its global presence.
Vopak Solar Park Eemshaven in the province of Groningen in the Netherlands is now operational. The new solar park has a capacity of approximately 25 megawatts, which is equivalent to an average consumption of approximately 8,000 Dutch households.