A new business advisory firm specialising in the private equity sector has launched in Birmingham.
Industry veterans Chris Hurley, Andy Lyndon and Ged Gould have come together to form Dealspan which is based in the Jewellery Quarter and offers advisory and consultancy services to private equity investors and company management teams.
The trio of founders have more than 75 years of combined experience, delivering 200 new investments and 130 exits, having previously worked together at LDC, the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group.
The Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards are back for 2021 and now open for entries here.
The event will be held at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham on Thursday November 11 and will celebrate apprentices, employers and training providers across 12 categories including our overall Apprentice of the Year.
The deadline to enter the awards is Friday September 17 and sponsorship opportunities are also now available.
Please email [email protected] for details and follow the hashtag #GBAA21 for updates on social media.
For more information about our Apprenticeship Awards and other events please visit www.reachplcevents.com.
Mr Hurley said: “We’re truly excited to be working together again, using our wealth of expertise to make connections and help management teams on their investment journey.
“We’ve completed hundreds of deals between us and understand that completing a private equity deal can be an emotional rollercoaster, plus we can iron out any issues and smooth the way to the best deal.
“We aim to bring a level of relaxed non-linear thinking, knowledge and insight, unconstrained by corporate life and a high touch service that can only be delivered by the partners in a firm.”