Sale of Twig Group to RSK Group

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Castle Corporate Finance is delighted to have advised shareholders David and Miranda Eyre on the sale of Twig Group, a specialist ecological and grounds maintenance business, to RSK Group, a multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy.

The move, which sees David remain as Managing Director of Twig, seeks to maximise growth opportunities for the company within the wider habitat management division of RSK, allowing RSK to offer a complete solution to its clients.

David says he has “great confidence that the transition will be mutually beneficial to the Twig team and the RSK Group.”

David and Miranda have known Mike Norrie for many years and he has always taken a keen interest in Twig. “Castle was a natural choice when we decided we wanted to sell. They understood us and what we wanted for our staff, and we haven’t been disappointed. Castle, and in particular Victoria Ansell, have held our hands and gone above and beyond throughout the whole sale process. We cannot recommend them highly enough.”

Victoria adds “It has been a pleasure to work with David and Miranda. Twig is an exceptional business, and it was important to find the right home which recognises its true value and could support its growth potential. We were delighted to be able to introduce David and Miranda to RSK, and wish them all the best.”


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20th November 2018

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