Addleshaw Goddard advises LDC on acquisition of ATG Access
Addleshaw Goddard has advised Lloyds Development Capital (LDC), a private equity specialist, on its acquisition of ATG Access, a designer and manufacturer of anti-ram, access control and vehicle barrier systems.
The Addleshaw Goddard team, led by corporate partner Paul Medlicott with support from tax partner Ed Jenkins and corporate associate Chris Hardman, acted for the LDC throughout the transaction.
The deal delivers fresh investment to support ATG Access’s strategic business objectives and ambitious UK and international growth plan. The company plans to capitalise on the rapid expansion in major infrastructure investment in the Middle and Far East, South America and Africa, as well as demand in the UK and US for both new and retro-fit projects.
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