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Busy summer for Cooper Parry Corporate Finance

Cooper Parry Corporate Finance has completed four deals in the last two months.The deals all occurred in two of Cooper Parry’s key sectors: business services and technology. Geographically, they’ve been spread across the Midlands, and they’ve also included the team’s first deal out of their new London office.

Cooper Parry’s team was involved in two private equity deals: the buyout of Solihull-based software provider Phoebus Software Limited by NorthEdge Capital and the buyout of Simply Conveyancing, backed by Livingbridge.

Following on from the sale of building compliance software business William Martin last year, the team advised on the sale of Inflexion private equity backed Alcumus Group’s building compliance software division to management.

Cooper Parry also provided corporate finance advice on the merger between independent property firms Fisher German and Vine Property Management, creating a £41m turnover group.

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