Maddocks advises on sale of Camp Australia
By Jason Silverii• 16 March 2017 • 1 min read
Maddocks advised the Founders of Australia’s largest provider of before and after-school care programs on sale to Bain Capital
Thursday 16 March 2017
Maddocks has advised the Founders of Camp Australia, Australia’s largest provider of before and after-school care programs, on their sale to Bain Capital.
Camp Australia, which was established in 1987, provides care programs to students at more than 700 schools around Australia.
The deal was closed on 28 February 2017 after a competitive bid process.
The core Maddocks team was led by partners Damien Wurzel, Ron Smooker and Catherine Debreceny and included senior associate Amanda Jones and associates Jacqueline Picone and Steven Tang.
Goldman Sachs and KPMG also advised the Founders, while Allens advised Bain Capital.
The Maddocks M&A team specialises in founder and sponsor exits, including via execution of competitive bid processes.
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