This past month saw several spotlight deals at the top end of the deal size spectrum, the largest deal of the month being National Grid's sale of 60% of its UK gas transmission and metering business 'NGG' to the consortium of Macquarie Asset Management and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation at an enterprise value of £9.6 billion.
UK motorway service area operative Roadchef was acquired for £900 million, Brown & Briwn Inc acquired insurance service provider Global Risk Partners (GRP) for £1.6 billion and Incremental Group, the digital transformation business, was acquired by Telefónica Tech for £175 million.
As dealmaking specialists, the GS Verde Group has advised on several deals during this period, advising Educ8 Training on its second acquisition of the year and the transition to an Employee Ownership Trust.
GS Verde also advised leading UK consultancy Barton Willmore on its acquisition by global giant Stantec, a series of acquisitions by the company across the UK market in recent years, as it continues in a buy and build strategy as a world leader in the market.
After a marginally slower February, in line with expected M&A trends, deal activity in March has remained consistent with the elevated pace of M&A in the past year.
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