Kemp Little advises Apse Capital on purchase of majority stake in Ultima Business Solutions
Kemp Little has advised private equity house Apse Capital in a deal with intelligent transformation provider Ultima Business Solutions. Founder of Ultima Max McNeill becomes a significant minority shareholder in a deal which the businesses expect to spark further investment.
Ultima is an award-winning intelligent transformation partner, which utilises new technologies to drive innovation and efficiency through technology fulfilment services, technical professional services and modern managed services propositions. Private equity group Apse Capital specialises in buyout and development capital investment opportunities, partnering with high quality management teams to grow businesses, either organically or through acquisition.
The Kemp Little team was led by corporate partner Charles Claisse with support from Adam Kuan, John Alder and Hannah Cordwell. Charles Claisse commented: “This was a fantastic deal for all parties involved and we were delighted to support Apse Capital for the second time in a row. The investment solidifies Apse Capital’s ambitious plans for growth as well as demonstrating our own expertise supporting dynamic technology businesses.”
Tim Green, Managing Partner of Apse Capital added: “Kemp Little has proved a trusted advisor to Apse Capital. Once again, the team’s in-depth technical knowledge ensured a smooth and successful outcome for all parties involved. We are thrilled to have secured this investment in Ultima and look forward to delivering cutting edge solutions to their loyal customer base.”
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