DMH Stallard advises the shareholders of Fabco Sanctuary Limited on the sale to Storskogen UK Limited

DMH Stallard is delighted to have advised the shareholders of Fabco Sanctuary Limited on selling 80% of their shares to investor Storskogen UK Limited.

Since its founding in 2008, Fabco Sanctuary Limited has transformed the steel window industry with their creativity and technology. With unique designs and unparalleled performance values, they have been setting the new standard for the industry. Today Fabco has 88 employees and operates out of their premises in West Sussex.

Vincent O’Brien, led the DMH Stallard team, acting for the shareholders of Fabco Sanctuary Limited, a UK company founded in 2008 and the existing management team will continue to operate the business with strategic support from founder Grant Cane.

Vincent said: It has been a pleasure to work with Grant and to help him reel this one in.  Fabco Sanctuary is a great business and we wish Grant and team from Storskogen UK continued success.

Grant Cane, founder of Fabco, commented: “We are delighted that Storskogen have chosen to partner with us. Together we will be able to realise our ambitious plans for Fabco. Storskogen’s support and expertise will be of great benefit in continuing to develop the company”. Vincent, Giedre and the DMHS team have provided excellent legal advice and support to ensure the best interests of all parties were met.”

The DMH Stallard team was led by Vincent O’Brien (corporate) working with Giedre Doig (corporate), Georgina Thomas (corporate), Kay Miles (corporate), John Yates and Jay Barnett (commercial), William Walsh (employment), Nitzan Cohen (tax), Ben Price and Javan Dyer (property).

EMC Corporate Finance acted as corporate finance advisers to Fabco Sanctuary Limited and its shareholders.

Spencer Legal Solicitors acted as solicitors for the buyer group, Storskogen UK Limited.

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