The Cavendish Technology Group focuses on the sale of businesses in software, IT services, telecoms and general technology. Our expertise in these diverse and dynamic sectors is supported by the resources of member firms of the Technology Group of M&A International. This brings together a global network of corporate finance experts with specialist knowledge.
The Group's sector focus provides an in-depth understanding of the valuation drivers and key issues that deliver a successful sale of a business in this sector. Our team can also draw on the expertise of other Cavendish sector teams where technologies converge.
The Group is in regular contact with leading UK and international companies in the sector. This, together with in-depth research and monitoring of industry trends, keeps us well informed of the acquisition opportunities being sought.
"...Cavendish introduced us to GE and managed the negotiation and coordinated the transaction due diligence. Their involvement was instrumental to the deal being successful."
Zvi Schreiber, CEO of Lightech
"Cavendish took the time to really understand our business enabling them to have a professional and well thought out approach to the deal. They assisted immensely with the due diligence process this being reflected in the depth of information needed at times along with the need to carefully manage the numerous requests for information.
They provided the kind of support which in the process of selling your business gives you confidence that there is balance between providing information and negotiating elements of the deal.
Anthony French, IT & Finance Director, First City Care
“Thank you so much for the hard work you put into our sale.
"We are delighted with the result both personally and for the company. We now have some work to do in maximising the benefits of the deal to both parties. Your support during the deal was excellent and helped us go through a process that was completely new to us. It seemed to go very smoothly and I know that much of that was due to your background work with Egis's advisors. We also felt well supported on the detail of the final stages.
“Many thanks once again to you both. It was a great time and a perfect outcome.”
Mike Shorthose, Chairman and co-founder - Helios
|Type||Date||Vendor & Client||Acquirer / Investor|
|May 2013||Red Box Recorders||ISIS Equity Partners||view deal|
|Jan 2013||Helios||Egis Avia||view deal|
|Dec 2012||First City Care||Tyco UK (part of Tyco International)||view deal|
|Aug 2012||Primal Pictures Limited||Informa plc||view deal|
|Sep 2011||Lightech||General Electric||view deal|
|Feb 2011||Focus Solutions Group plc||Standard Life plc||view deal|
|Jan 2010||Acentic GMBH||PhilWeb Corporation & ISM Communications||view deal|
|Nov 2009||Cecure Gaming||Undisclosed||view deal|
|Feb 2009||Diagnos.co.uk||Diagnos Holdings Ltd||view deal|
|Dec 2008||mBalance Group||Tekelec||view deal|
|Feb 2008||Dial-a-Phone||Phones4U||view deal|
|Sep 2007||Tamblin Limited||Alcatel Lucent||view deal|
|Jul 2007||Quest End Computer Services Ltd||Landmark Information Group||view deal|
|Jun 2007||QA-IQ||QA-IQ Investments Limited (existing shareholders and Englefield Capital)||view deal|
|Jun 2007||Euro Digital Corporation Ltd||Telestar, a subsidiary of MNI Spa||view deal|
Raymond is a Partner at Cavendish and has been involved in the financing, management and sale of...
On graduating from University College London with a degree in Electrical and Electronic...
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