“It was a pleasure to work with the Cavendish team, led by Linda Sullivan. As well as displaying a deep understanding of our sector, they also made every effort to get under the skin of our business, which ensured that we were fully aligned from start to finish. In particular, I was hugely impressed by the way in which Linda conducted the process with a calm authority and professionalism...Mark Collier | Non-Executive Chairman of Dare
”Linda Sullivan, James Ellis and the Cavendish team were excellent throughout the process and achieved a very positive result for the management and shareholders. I highly recommend them. Rex has an exciting future as part of Shutterstock, the NYSE quoted international...Larry Lawson | Managing Director of Rex Features
“Cavendish ran a very tight process and generated real bidding excitement. Opta is seen by Perform as a the missing piece in their content...Aidan Cooney | CEO, Opta Sports
“…Cavendish showed an intimate knowledge of the sale process from start to finish. They demonstrated technical excellence in a complex transaction and I had full confidence in their abilities at all times. I am delighted that the management team have found a partner that will assist with the continued development of...Victor Lewis|Major Shareholder of World Trade Group
Cavendish advises Centaur Media on the sale of four businesses as part of a Strategic Divestment Programme
Cavendish Corporate Finance (“Cavendish”), the UK’s leading sell-side mid-market M&A adviser, has advised Centaur Media Plc (“Centaur Media”), the international market intelligence and specialist consultancy, on the disposal of four of its non-core businesses, as part of the divestment process that began after Centaur Media concluded a strategic review in October 2018 and decided to focus on its leading brands to improve operational execution.
Linda Sullivan, Partner and Head of Media and Digital at Cavendish commented:
“We are delighted to have advised Centaur Media on the sale of these four businesses as part of Centaur’s strategic divestment programme.
The businesses attracted interest from a number of large media groups and were sold to strategic buyers from the USA, Germany and the UK. All the transactions were completed concurrently and within a relatively short time.”