Continuum Due Diligence for Presteigne Broadcast Hire’s MBO

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in blogs | 0 comments

Continuum was delighted to be appointed by NVM as Consultant on their recent investment in Presteigne’s MBO. Steve Wycherley, Director at Continuum, led the human capital due diligence process.

Steve commented ‘Our knowledge of the people issues is superior: our skilled HR professionals offer expert insight and guidance to help Investors and Executive Teams make the right decisions and get the most from their greatest asset — their people.’

We were pleased to be able to work with David Rolfe again of NVM Private Equity and Mike Ransome and his team at Presteigne Broadcast Hire.

Presteigne Broadcast Hire is a leading dry hire and complete multi-location production solution provider. Established in 1991, with offices in the UK and operating globally, Presteigne Broadcast Hire has the expertise to offer worldwide solutions to meet a wide range of production needs. Their rental department is one of the most comprehensive in the industry, with access to over 30,000 items of equipment, while specialising in project solutions where they bring their extensive RF, Audio, Video, EVS, HD and 3D divisions together to offer customers a unique and seamless broadcasting experience. www.presteigne.tv 

NVM Private Equity is independently owned with over 30 years’ experience of investing in unquoted UK businesses. NVM is a generalist investor, managing over £270 million of funds, and is differentiated by having executives living and working in regional business communities throughout the UK. NVM seeks investment opportunities of between £2 million and £12 million in UK businesses which have the right mix of growth potential and market vision. They may be looking to grow organically, acquire another business or secure a management buy-out. www.nvm.co.uk

If you want further information on how Continuum can contribute to the Human Capital Due Diligence in your investment process please contact us.

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