DMH Stallard advises on multi-million pound deal for West Sussex dental business

11 May 2020

Worthing-based dental manufacturing company has been sold in a multi-million deal to Business Bureau Finance Limited.
Quayle Dental Manufacturing (Export) Ltd specialises in the design, manufacture and export of dental materials and technology.
A family-owned business since its foundation in 1961, Quayle Dental develops innovative solutions for dental professionals, research organisations and education bodies and exports to Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia and Africa. Quayle was the first dental company to be recognised for its contribution to exports, winning The Queens Award for Exports.
Richard Quayle, founder shareholder, said:
“This is an extremely important transaction for my brother Andrew and I, and DMH Stallard were sensitive to this and the way we wanted the project to be managed.”
Danos Athanasi, Partner at DMH Stallard, said:
“I was delighted to work with Andrew and Richard on the sale of their business. The parties were clear  and commercial in their approach to the transaction which meant our teams worked dynamically in providing the clients with pragmatic, tailored advice .”

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