Posted by Iain Butler, Partner
Royds Withy King advises on the MBO of Argosy Components
Royds Withy King’s Corporate team in Oxford have acted for the management team of Argosy Components Ltd on the management buyout of the company. Founded in 1984 and based in Long Crendon, Oxfordshire, Argosy Components serves the broadcast and communication …
Royds Withy King’s Corporate team in Oxford have acted for the management team of Argosy Components Ltd on the management buyout of the company.
Founded in 1984 and based in Long Crendon, Oxfordshire, Argosy Components serves the broadcast and communication industries and has a strong reputation as a trusted source of a broad range of infrastructure products.
The Royds Withy King team was led by Iain Butler with support from senior associate Rishi Ladwa (Corporate) and partner Kate Benefer who advised on the employment aspects of the deal.
Chris said: “Thanks to Iain and the team at Royds Withy King for their fantastic support throughout an intense and stressful process. Their hands-on approach, commitment, knowledge and expertise were essential in delivering the transaction and we look forward to working with them as we take the business into a new era.”
Iain Butler said: “It’s been a pleasure to have worked with Chris and Josh and to have had the opportunity to support the experienced management team of a local Oxfordshire-based business. The transaction demonstrates the depth and experience that we have at Royds Withy King and our ability to deliver complex corporate transactions.”
Royds Withy King is a UK Top 100 firm whose Corporate team works with companies, management teams and investors throughout the business life cycle. In particular, Royds Withy King’s Corporate team advises on early-stage investments, mergers and acquisitions, private equity / venture capital transactions and exits.
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