Detectortesters’ High-Value Buyout By Inflexion Private Equity Partners

In UK TLT LLP, advised on the matter.

TLT LLP advised Detectortesters (No Climb Products Ltd.) with a team including Andrew Webber (Picture – Corporate M&A), Mark Braude (Tax M&A and Deal Advisory).

The transaction involved Detectortesters (No Climb Products Ltd.)’s high-value buyout by Inflexion Private Equity Partners.

Detectortesters is a global pioneer with upwards of 100 members of staff and sales in over 130 countries. Its solutions are used around the world by fire professionals and in the last six years, it has experienced over a 120% growth in international sales.

Inflexion’s investment will further accelerate the company’s international growth, notably in rapidly expanding geographies such as China. Inflexion will also support Detectortesters’ management team in continuing to drive product innovation, sustainability and sales.

Detectortesters (No Climb Products Ltd.) is the world-leader in the design and manufacture of fire detector testing equipment and a three-times winner of the Queen’s Award for enterprise.

The TLT team was led by head of corporate Andrew Webber (Picture), supported by a transaction team that included corporate colleagues Nicole Spurling, Joanna Groves, Jessie Cockhill and David James, tax partner Mark Braude and legal director Andree Parker, and corporate banking solicitor Georgia Bew.

Involved fees earner: Mark Braude – TLT LLP; Jessie Cockhill – TLT LLP; Joanna Groves – TLT LLP; David James – TLT LLP; Andree Parker – TLT LLP; Nicole Spurling – TLT LLP; Andrew Webber – TLT LLP;

Law Firms: TLT LLP;

Clients: Detectortesters (No Climb Products Ltd.);

Author: Giulia Di Palma