Deal Diary

Welcome to Acquisition International’s Deal Diary, the place where we showcase exciting deals from across the globe. With each diary entry, we’ll be taking a comprehensive look at the inner workings of the deal in question and will be venturing behind the scenes to take a look at the dedicated professionals involved in ensuring its success.

Here you will discover the most active deal makers and a comprehensive catalogue of the transactions they have been involved with.

Tier 1: The Website - Go live worldwide within 24 hours!

Within 24 hours of booking, we'll upload your deal and company profile - including contact details and links to your homepage - right here on our site, putting you and your firm in front of
40,000 visitors every month!

You will, of course, get a full company bio, including your contact details and fully clickable links direct to your website, and to make sure the people who matter will be able to find every deal you and your firm have been involved in at the click of a button, all of the deals posted on the Deal Diary site are incredibly easy to search by firm name, individual name, sector or region. We even have an automatically updated deal leaderboard (right). 

Tier 2: The Newsletter - Direct to 108,000 subscribers!

Your involvement in the deal will be featured on our weekly Deal Round-Up newsletter,  published via email every Thursday to a global audience of  108,000. Your deal write-up will also include hyperlinked images and logos, taking readers straight to your homepage. That’s a potential 108,000 clicks every month!

Tier 3: The Publication - Sent to 108,000 people in 170 countries!

The deal and your involvement will appear in the Deal Diary section of our monthly magazine, distributed to 108,000 people in 170 countries around the world. This is where you can tell us all about the deal and how you made it happen, providing the perfect opportunity to shout about your firm’s experience, expertise and the great work you’ve been doing.

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Epic Health Services Completes Acquisition of Loving Care Agency
April 8, 2015
Cressey & Company Invests in Dental Services Group
April 8, 2015
Scapa's Acquisition of First Water
April 8, 2015
Kofax Acquires Aia for USD19.5m
April 8, 2015
Proofpoint to acquire VC-backed Emerging Threats for about $40 Million
April 8, 2015
BTS Group Acquire AVO Vision
April 1, 2015
Nordic Capital Acquires RESMAN
April 1, 2015
Carlyle International Energy Partners acquires Romanian business of Sterling Resources' assets
April 1, 2015
Better Capital's Acquisition of CAV Aerospace
April 1, 2015
Bruno Maisonnier sells stake in Aldebaran Robotics
April 1, 2015
Cambian Group Acquire By the Bridge Group for £36 million
April 1, 2015
Tristan Capital Partners acquires logistics park in Germany for €31 million
April 1, 2015
Blackstone Acquire Office Building in London for $400m
April 1, 2015
Haversham Holdings acquire BCA Marketplace 1.8bn USD
April 1, 2015
Oddfellows Society Takes on £45m of Druids Sheffield Business
March 26, 2015

Oddfellows Society Takes on £45m of Druids Sheffield Business

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The Oddfellows Friendly Society is to take over the assets of the Druids Sheffield Friendly Society, including its Child Trust Fund ISA and life assurance business.

The deal will increase the Oddfellows’ assets by £45m to over £460m and result in a combined membership base of over 320,000.

This is the fourth such transfer in eight years for the Oddfellows, following the successful absorption of the Ideal Benefits Friendly Society, the Nottingham Friendly Society and the Schoolteachers Friendly Society.

Jane Nelson, Chief Executive of the Oddfellows, said: “There is still a place for the friendly society movement in Britain but growing regulatory and capital adequacy requirements mean friendly societies need economies of scale.

Paul Protheroe, Chief Executive of the Druids, said: “The Oddfellows offers a financial strength, quality of governance and a shared respect for members and history. By joining forces we have a stronger capital base that will make us stronger and better able to offer competitive member benefits.

“We carried out a long and thorough process in deciding who to transfer to. The Oddfellows has a fantastic record for looking after its members and a strong branch structure, so we know our members will be warmly welcomed.” 

Following the transfer, the Druids Sheffield business is expected to continue to operate under the Druids Sheffield brand with administration transferred into the Oddfellows operations in Manchester and Liverpool. Druids Sheffield will have representation on the Oddfellows management committee responsible for the long-term business.

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