Castle advises on a second transaction for Perpetual IT Consultants

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Castle is pleased to advise on a second assignment for Kent-based IT service specialist, Perpetual IT Consultants Limited

Castle has once again been engaged to help Tunbridge Wells based Perpetual IT Consultants effect a share purchase of business partner, John Forristal, by founder and existing shareholder, Donal Ward. The buy-out gives managing director Donal Ward full ownership of the company.

Donal commented, ‘’ I have known Mike Norrie for many years and have worked with Castle before, I greatly appreciated his advice on this assignment.’’

Mike Norrie of Castle added: “We are pleased to have been given the opportunity to work again with Donal, and help realign the interests of the respective parties”

 

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