DWF advised LDC – Lloyds Development Capital with a team including Jonathan Robinson (Corporate M&A).
Leading mid-market private equity firm LDC has completed a minority investment in preventative healthcare specialist PAM Group.
The investment will help PAM Group’s management team drive organic growth and support a series of new product launches.
Headquartered in Warrington, PAM Group is one of the largest occupational health and wellbeing providers in the UK, with a 400-strong workforce. It offers a full-service of integrated occupational health programmes to clients, including leading blue-chip and public sector organisations, supporting more than 600,000 employees at over 1000 businesses.
PAM Group’s services include absence management, health surveillance, physiotherapy, employee assistance programmes, psychological support, corporate health assessments and neurodiversity assessments.
The partnership with LDC will support PAM Group in delivering its ambitious organic growth strategy to further enhance its services. This includes the development of a suite of new products, including telemedicine services and digital cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) services.
LDC is backing the existing management team, led by founder and CEO James Murphy.
Ian Gillis (Picture), partner, James Down, legal director, James Redshaw, associate, and James Robinson, associate, of Hill Dickinson’s Manchester Corporate team, and Alasdair Makinnon, partner in the Manchester Banking team, advised the PAM Group management team.
DWF’s Corporate team advised on this latest transaction for LDC, led by partner and Head of Private Equity, Jonathan Robinson, senior associates Darren Ormsby and Francesca Kinsella and associate, Rebecca Gargary.
Involved fees earner: Rebecca Gargary – DWF; Francesca Kinsella – DWF; Darren Ormsby – DWF; Jonathan Robinson – DWF; James Down – Hill Dickinson; Ian Gillis – Hill Dickinson; Alasdair Mackinnon – Hill Dickinson; James Redshaw – Hill Dickinson; James Robinson – Hill Dickinson;