Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silversmith Capital Partners and Farview Equity Partners on $68m growth investment into Unily
Charles Russell Speechlys has advised Farview Equity Partners and Silversmith Capital Partners on their investment in the leading online platform, Unily, which creates award-winning digital workplaces to improve collaboration, engage a geographically spread workforce and increase productivity. Both Silversmith Capital Partners and Farview Equity Partners are new clients for Charles Russell Speechlys.
Samantha McGonigle of Farview Equity Partners, said: "Malcolm and his team did a great job of supporting Farview and Silversmith on this transaction – they provided an excellent quality of service and were user-friendly and a pleasure to deal with."
Corporate Partner and Head of Private Equity at Charles Russell Speechlys, Malcolm MacDougall commented: "We are delighted to have assisted both Farview and Silversmith on this exciting investment. Both firms will offer Unily significant experience in building world-class technology companies - we look forward to seeing the company continue on its growth journey."
The Charles Russell Speechlys team, led by Corporate Partner and Head of Private Equity, Malcolm MacDougall, also comprised Corporate Associates Rajiv Kakkad and Kunal Shah, Commercial/IP Senior Associate, Caroline Young, Employment Senior Associate, Emilie Bennetts and Tax Associate, Andrew Priestley.
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