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Mergers and Acquisitions:
A depth of buy and sell-side experience to lead your transaction

QMPF provides the full range of corporate finance and M&A advisory services on acquisitions, disposals and related financing. We tend to focus on our core industry sectors, where the expertise of our senior advisors in specialist areas and markets can add value for a client in a competitive transaction process.

We have successfully completed multiple energy sector sell-side mandates, including the sale of operational gas-grid and anaerobic digestion assets to major infrastructure funds. Our success in this market is built on:

  • Up-to-date and detailed understanding of the energy market
  • Years of experience valuing and selling energy projects
  • An extensive investor contact list and credibility with key participants
  • An experienced team with capacity to ensure sufficient resource to meet demanding transaction timetables
  • Experience of different energy technologies, risk profiles and contracting structures.

We also advise clients on major corporate real estate transactions, where our domain expertise assists clients in maximising value and negotiating complex multi-party transactions. Recent deal experience includes:

  • Advising Unite on the £227m acquisition of Aston Student Village, which remains the largest single acquisition of a student accommodation asset in the UK
  • Advising St. Modwen on the disposal of its equity interests in the 2,030 bedspace Swansea Bay Campus to UPP.

For further information contact:

Andrew Dougans

+44 (0)131 222 2601

St Modwen: Swansea accommodation disposal

QMPF was the lead advisor to St. Modwen Properties plc, a FTSE 250 developer and regeneration specialist, on the sale of its 411 bed purpose-built student accommodation asset to UPP.

Sale of two anaerobic digestion facilities

QMPF advised the shareholders on the successful sale of two anaerobic digestion (“AD”) facilities to the listed environmental investment fund John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN).

Vulcan Renewables

QMPF is pleased to announce it has advised on the successful sale of a 5MWth anaerobic digestion facility to the listed environmental investment fund John Laing Environmental Assets Group (JLEN).