Charles Russell Speechlys has advised Limerston Capital’s debut fund on its acquisition of AdviserPlus
Charles Russell Speechlys has advised Limerston Capital’s debut fund on its acquisition of AdviserPlus (www.adviserplus.com), a UK based provider of HR advisory services.
Working with large organisations and FTSE 100 companies, AdviserPlus enables its clients to optimise people performance and business results.
The company delivers a range of managed HR solutions from outsourced HR advice, coaching and case management services for line managers, to HR technology solutions that support the delivery of HR services. Solutions include data analytics and business insights to enable improved corporate governance, performance and strategic planning. The company’s client base includes UK public and private companies, as well as public sector organisations.
This deal is the second from Limerston’s debut LP fund, following the acquisition of Spark Energy in August. Other investments in the firm’s portfolio include auto shop business In’n’Out and healthy fast food chain POD.
Joao Rosa, Limerston Capital founding partner said, “It was great working with the team at Charles Russell Speechlys. Led by Andrew Clarke, the team worked extremely hard for us and their expertise, responsiveness and commercial awareness can be recommended, in particular on this transaction their knowledge of the technology sector and cloud enabled business models was invaluable”.
Andrew Clarke, Corporate Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys said, “we enjoyed working with Joao Rosa and his team on this acquisition which will allow the company to continue to expand in the fast growing market of HR outsourcing and continue its growth strategy.”
The Charles Russell Speechlys core team comprised Andrew Clarke, Sarah Wigington, Nicola Baird, Shilpa Dougall, Olivia Mackie and Alex Stevens (Corporate), and members of our Commercial, Tax, Property, Employment, Banking and Pensions teams.
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