KBS Corporate retains UK’s most active adviser title
The latest Thomson Reuters Small Cap M&A Review has been published and confirms KBS Corporate have retained the title of the UK’s most active adviser for the first half of 2018.
The latest Thomson Reuters Small Cap M&A Review has been released and confirms KBS Corporate have retained the title of the UK’s most active adviser for the first half of 2018.
In total, we completed 59 qualifying deals – 17 more than at the same point of 2017, and 34% more deals than our closest competitor.
KBS Corporate were also named the UK’s most active dealmaker for the entirety of 2017 by Thomson Reuters.
This accolade is undoubtedly a culmination of the efforts of everyone associated with KBS Corporate, and across the K3 Capital Group.
John Rigby, group CEO commented, “We are thrilled to have retained our title as the most active adviser, which provides further recognition of our dedicated and proactive approach.
“We are outperforming across all levels, and have recently completed a number of high value, high profile deals, which cover a variety of sectors.
“At KBS Corporate, we are committed to achieving the best possible results for all of our clients. Our wide-ranging expertise is driving our success and growth as we cement our position as the UK’s leading adviser.
“The whole team at KBS Corporate are committed to building on this success and ensuring our best year yet.”
Notable deals completed so far this year include the acquisition of NDT Services by RSK Group, the sale of PP Control & Automation to Ardenton Capital Corporation, and the acquisition of Avensys Medical by HERMED, part of the VAMED Group.
The full review can be accessed here.