Maddocks advises Navis Capital Partners on latest acquisition
Maddocks has advised Australian private equity group Navis Capital Partners on the acquisition of a controlling stake of Software Combined.
Software Combined is an Australian company which acquires and combines software companies. Navis Capital’s acquisition of Software Combined will mean that it will fund further acquisitions of software companies to create a software roll-up.
As well as its acquisition of Software Combined, Navis Capital also funded the acquisition of three of Software Combined’s targets.
The team worked alongside KPMG and GreenMount Advisory on the matter for Navis Capital Partners.
This is the latest in a string of deals in which Maddocks has assisted Navis Capital Partners, including acquisitions for its other roll-ups, including Modern Star, Device Technologies and Guardian Early Learning Centre.
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