We are delighted to have advised HubSolv Limited on their sale to Aryza Holdings Limited.
Established in 2014, HubSolv is a leading provider of automated case management and CRM software to the personal debt and insolvency sectors.
Founded by two school friends who identified that the market was underserved by comprehensive automated solutions, HubSolv soon went on to become one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK.
Our team first met the founders during the first Covid-19 lockdown and we were engaged shortly after this to provide sell-side advice following a competitive pitch process. We quickly got to work analysing and positioning the key value drivers of the business whilst spending considerable time with the founders to ensure that all key transaction priorities were understood and deliverable ahead of a marketing process.
During the marketing phase, we focused on a small number of highly strategic buyers who could clearly appreciate the value created by the founders to date and were well positioned to help accelerate growth and elevate HubSolv to the next stage in its journey.
Our extensive deal and sector expertise were critical in ensuring that offers received reflected the full value and growth potential of the HubSolv platform.
Crucial to delivering a strong outcome for the shareholders was our close hands-on approach throughout the entire transaction, specifically in relation to financial analysis and the due diligence process, which removed much of the burden associated with selling a business and allowed the founders to continue focusing on driving growth in the business.
We approached several advisors before appointing Grant Thornton. It was clear they were willing to go the extra mile to truly understand our business and what we were trying to achieve from the sale. Grant Thornton were exceptional from start to finish. They adopted a very hands-on approach throughout which proved crucial for concluding the deal in a relatively quick timeframe.”Fraser Hamilton Co-founder, HubSolv Limited