Charles Russell Speechlys advises KERN Ventures on Gojumpin investment
Charles Russell Speechlys has advised KERN Ventures, a syndicate of private investors, on their investment in Gojumpin, a trampoline park operator.
KERN Ventures will work closely with the directors and founding shareholders of Gojumpin in order to move the business on to the next level of development.
Malcolm MacDougall, head of Private Equity at Charles Russell Speechlys, said: “we are delighted to have been able to work with KERN Ventures again on this new investment. It was especially pleasing to complete the deal in an expedited timeframe, and to achieve an outcome which was advantageous on all fronts for our clients. The investors are jumping for joy!”
The Charles Russell Speechlys core team comprised Malcolm MacDougall, Chris Manning, Amy Utley and Nathan Lightman from the Corporate team, with support from Paul Kay and Edith Lai in Banking, as well as members of the Real Estate and Employment teams.
For more information, please contact Malcolm MacDougall, head of Private Equity, on +44 (0)20 7427 4544 or at email@example.com.
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