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The Montreux Healthcare Fund acquires Active Assistance

The Montreux Healthcare Fund has completed the purchase of Active Assistance, a provider of care and support for individuals with complex neurological conditions.

Active Assistance provides specialist care to individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI) and spinal cord injury (SCI) in domiciliary and residential settings. Active Assistance also owns the UK’s largest Case Management Group, serving clients with an acquired brain injury and other neurological conditions, throughout the care pathway.  
The acquisition constitutes the second major transaction to complete within the last month for the fund, following the sale of The Regard Group earlier in the month. Active Assistance will offer a new platform from which to consolidate the highly fragmented specialist care sector through the next investment cycle.
Oliver Harris, CEO, Montreux Capital Management, says: “Active Assistance is a high quality asset, with a superior management team geared towards growing the business. It is a fantastic platform from which to integrate smaller businesses and streamline current processes in a similar way to our last strategy, which returned over 110 per cent to our investors over a three-year period. The market fundamentals have not changed and with Active Assistance, we see a bright future for The Montreux Healthcare Fund.”
KP Doyle, CEO, Active Assistance, says: “We are extremely pleased to be working with Montreux, their plans to support our growth strategy for the business and the capital pool they can provide will secure the success of Active Assistance for many years to come.”

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