Charles Russell Speechlys advises FPE Capital on its investment into Questionmark Computing Limited
Charles Russell Speechlys has acted as the legal adviser to FPE Capital on its investment into Questionmark Computing Limited, a leading provider of technologies and services which enables organisations to measure knowledge, skills and attitudes securely through reliable, valid and defensible assessments. FPE Capital will be working with the management team, who will be the remaining investors in the business, to accelerate the growth and product innovation of the business.
Commenting on the transaction, Adam Crossley, a Partner in the Private Equity team at Charles Russell Speechlys said, “We are delighted to have worked with FPE Capital, completing their first investment in the new fund following the team spinning-out from Stonehage Fleming and creating FPE. This is the eighth new investment we have acted on for FPE Capital and we look forward to continuing this strong relationship in the future. It was a pleasure working with the team at Questionmark Computing Limited and we look forward to seeing the business grow from strength to strength.”
Llewellyn John of FPE said, “It was a pleasure to work with Adam and the team at Charles Russell Speechlys on the first transaction in our new fund. We have now completed a number of deals with the support of Charles Russell Speechlys and we are continually impressed by their client centric approach and transactional advice. We look forward to working with them again on future deals.”
The Charles Russell Speechlys core team comprised Adam Crossley, Richard Coleman, Lucy Scott (Corporate), members of our Corporate Tax, Commercial, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Employment groups were also involved in the transaction.
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