Leading South East law firm DMH Stallard advised the shareholders of Integer Research on the sale of the entire shareholding of the company to global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus.
Over the course of 15 years, London-based data, research and analysis provider, Integer Research, has established an enviable global reputation for market intelligence, consultancy and events services within the fertilizer, emissions control, and wire and cable industries.
The founders of Integer Research will continue to be fully engaged in the business which becomes part of Argus, a leading information provider offering data, news and insight as well as conference and consulting services to its customers and clients.
“There is a clear connection between the two companies,” according to Danos Athanasi, DMH Stallard’s corporate partner who led on the deal for Integer. “The parties and advisers were driven to reach a deal that was beneficial for all sides in this transaction. Successful completion, on the right terms, means the parties can now focus on promoting the synergies of the companies.”
Integer Managing Director Tim Cheyne said: "Having built the business from scratch, this was a great opportunity to pull together complementary expertise for the benefit of our customers; DMH Stallard provided excellent commercial support to smooth the process. Danos guided us through the complexities and we are very much looking forward to seeing how the combined business can evolve."
Fusion Corporate Partners provided Integer with corporate finance advice, and Clyde & Co advised Argus Media.
For further information, contact Danos Athanasi.