M&A Life in 2021

It’s been an exciting start to the year for Morphose, advising on the acquisition of Borland Insurance by AssuredPartners and fundraising for sector innovators, ‘EdTech’, Sherpa Online, and corporate well-being and mental health expert, Imagine Health. While the past 12 months has been exceptionally tough for many businesses, we believe 2021 will bring opportunity. Rebuilding […]

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The Broker Beauty Parade

Following its advisory role in the February acquisition of Borland Insurance by US broker AssuredPartners, Morphose’s MD Nick Atherton, explains in Insurance Age how insurance brokers can make the most of a post-pandemic uptick in M&A activity. To read the full article please click here.

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Morphose Capital Partners secures £250k investment for mental health and well-being expert, Imagine Health

Morphose Capital Partners, London-based specialists in mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring and finance, secures £250k investment for Mental Health Care sector well-being company, Imagine Health. London and Dublin-based Imagine Health are specialist providers of well-being support and psychology services to businesses, government bodies, charities and individuals. Working with some of the largest global technology organisations […]

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Online tutoring platform – Sherpa – has secured second six-figure investment, led by Morphose Capital Partners (MCP)

Sherpa is UK-based in the ‘EdTech’ sector, providing an exciting new platform providing interactive online one-to-one tuition for learners of all levels. This latest funding round was run by Morphose Capital Partners. The investment will be used to facilitate the continued rapid expansion of the online tutoring business through further development of the suite of […]

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Scottish based Insurance Provider – Borland Insurance – acquired by US Broker – AssuredPartners

AssuredPartners, whose UK arm is led by David Heathfield, has successfully acquired Borland Insurance. UK merger and acquisition specialist Morphose Capital Partners, were advisors to Borland throughout the process leading to deal completion 1st February 2021.   The deal was led by Borland CEO, John Silcock, with the intention of using the team’s sector expertise […]

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Merak Holdings acquires Glen Cleaning

Merak Holdings (NI) Ltd, led by Chairman Dave Seaton, has successfully acquired WWH Rosie Ltd, the holding company of Bristol based cleaning specialist Glen Cleaning, from its founder Iain Lewis. The leading advisor in the cleaning sector, UK FM merger and acquisition specialist, Morphose Capital Partners advised Merak throughout the process leading to deal completion […]

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CleanKing acquires Millards Cleaning

Farnham based CleanKing has successfully acquired London based Cleaning service provider, Millards Cleaning, from its founders, John Booth and Mike Dickens. The UK FM merger and acquisition specialist Morphose introduced the parties earlier this year and the deal completed last Friday. The senior management team at Millards will continue to manage the business. CleanKing will […]

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Stanley Security acquires Contract Fire Systems Limited

US based Stanley Security has successfully acquired Birmingham based fire and security service provider, Contract Fire Systems (CFS), from its founders, Gary Quirke and Steven Quirke. The UK FM merger and acquisition specialist Morphose introduced the parties earlier this year and the deal completed last Friday. The senior management team at CFS will continue to […]

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Boston Networks acquires PEL

Boston Networks, a portfolio business of Aliter Capital, has successfully acquired South-East based sound, fire, security and audio visual (AV) soultions company PEL, from its founders Kenneth Faulks and David Jarman. The UK FM merger and acquisition specialist Morphose introduced the parties earlier this year and the deal completed last Friday. The senior management team […]

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CARILLION’S BUSINESS HAD GROWN ‘TOO DIVERSE’

Dave Wilson,  non-executive director with Morphose, said that it was “obvious for some time” that Carillion’s business had become “too diverse”. “The FM part in particular was not core to their main construction offer, but was, in my opinion, a sound operation with good people and systems.  “It is possible – but I have no […]

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