Growing your business profitably against a tough economic backdrop is challenging. Correctly evaluating and delivering transactions is a key part of a company’s growth strategy.
We know transactions don’t all follow the same path. That’s why we advise you on your options at each step and tailor our approach to your needs.
Getting the right insight and experience from across the market – corporate and trade buyers and sellers, private equity investors, debt and equity capital markets – ensures you have relevant, up-to-date advice that enables you to make the best-informed decisions for your business.
Why Grant Thornton?
With us, the people you see in the pitch are the people you’ll work with throughout your transaction – providing a single point of contact for a more streamlined service.
A bespoke team is then tailored to your needs, bringing you our best people locally or through our international reach (our member firms operate in 147 markets).
We act as both your critical friend and challenger, putting your business first and only recommending additional services when we trust they’ll add real value.
Helping a global firm carve out five businesses
"The Grant Thornton team were there every step of the way, providing clear strategic advice and support, delivering a fantastic outcome for us to secure with the right strategic partner. We would have no hesitation in recommending Grant Thornton to anyone seeking to realise value in their business."Tom Hamlett Managing Director, Godiva Bearings
"Grant Thornton clearly understood the scope and performed thorough financial and tax due diligence that ensured key issues and insights were brought to the fore, whilst retaining perspective on our key areas of risk. The team utilised sector knowledge from across the firm and demonstrated agility and responsiveness to adhere to a tight deadline."James Worrall Director, Growth Partner LLP
Private equity 2023 half-year review
After a very strong post-2020 bounce back, UK mid-market private equity encountered choppier waters in late 2022: geopolitical uncertainty, increased competition, and rising stakeholder expectations.