Triangle Fire Systems’ £9 Million Investment By BGF

In UK Browne Jacobson, advised on the matter.

Browne Jacobson advised Triangle Fire Systems with a team including Mark Hughes (Picture – Corporate M&A), Andrew Noble (Tax M&A and Deal Advisory).

Triangle Fire Systems, its shareholders and management team on a £9m investment by the Business Growth Fund (BGF).

Founded in 2006 by three brothers (Colin, Nigel and Steve Chantler), Hastings based Triangle Fire Systems is one of the UKs leading providers in the design, manufacture and supply of bespoke residential and commercial fire sprinkler systems, with a particular specialism in high rise buildings, care homes, heritage listed building and apartment blocks.

BGFs investment will support the company’s long term buy and build growth strategy, service line diversification and people growth plans.

The Browne Jacobson corporate team advising Triangle Fire Systems, its shareholders and management team comprised Mark Hughes (Picture), Ryan Brown and Harpinder Nahl. The team was closely supported by Nicola Hollick (employment), Andrew Noble (tax), and banking specialists Beth Nixon and Melanie Hilton. Other advisers included Clearwater International (lead adviser to Triangle Fire), K&L Gates (legal adviser to BGF) and Azets (financial and tax due diligence provider to BGF).

Involved fees earner: Ryan Brown – Browne Jacobson; Melanie Hilton – Browne Jacobson; Nicola Hollick – Browne Jacobson; Mark Hughes – Browne Jacobson; Harpinder Nahl – Browne Jacobson; Beth Nixon – Browne Jacobson; Andrew Noble – Browne Jacobson;

Law Firms: Browne Jacobson;

Clients: Triangle Fire Systems;

Author: Giulia Di Palma