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Eversheds advises Inflexion on the acquisition of Reed & Mackay

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    Eversheds has advised private equity house Inflexion on their acquisition of Reed & Mackay from ECI Partners LLP and Livingbridge LLP.

    The team was led by corporate partners Richard Moulton and James Trevis and comprised: partner Patrick Davis (banking); principal associate Nathan Pritchard (banking); senior associate Colin Askew (tax); and associates Alex McCarney (corporate); Kate Clarke (banking); and Kayode Sodeinde (corporate).

    Reed & Mackay’s strategic travel management services focus on law firms, insurance companies, finance houses and the energy sector. The business is headquartered in London, with offices in Aberdeen, Philadelphia and Dubai; the two international offices having been established within the last year, predominantly servicing the international requirements of its existing UK customers.

    Inflexion is backing the ambitious management team to further drive organic growth, both in the UK and selected international markets, together with targeted acquisitive growth to support expansion of its international footprint. Inflexion’s Value Enhancement team is already working with the management team to support further development of the company’s leading technology infrastructure.

    James Trevis commented:

    “It was great to work with the Inflexion team again on their acquisition of Reed & Mackay, a business which operates in a sector that we and Inflexion know very well. We look forward to supporting the management team with their next phase of exciting growth plans.”

    Mark Williams at Inflexion commented:

    “I’d like to thank the team at Eversheds for their hard work and guidance throughout the transaction given the timetable we were working to. Reed & Mackay is a leader in its market place and we look forward to working with the management team to grow the business further.”


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