All M&A Deals

Company Industry Market Raised Date
Central Insurance Services Insurance Venture capitalist Undisclosed Jan 2008
Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services Transport Venture capitalist £9.75 million Jan 2008
2sms Telecoms Venture capitalist £450,000 Jan 2008
Equidebt Finance Venture capitalist £110 million Jan 2008
Alternative Waste Solutions Waste management & recycling Venture capitalist £2 million Jan 2008
Delancey Finance Venture capitalist Undisclosed Dec 2007
Donatantonio Food Venture capitalist Undisclosed Dec 2007
Altogether Care Health Venture capitalist £2 million Dec 2007
Teepix Media Venture capitalist £800,000 Dec 2007
Eatons Patisserie and Quality Cuisine Food Venture capitalist £1 million Dec 2007
Hotter Shoes Retail Venture capitalist £21 million Dec 2007
TBiConnect Services Venture capitalist £330,000 Dec 2007
EAG Pharma Venture capitalist $6 million Dec 2007
Alexander Mann Solutions Recruitment & outsourcing Venture capitalist £100 million Dec 2007
Mi-Pay Telecoms Venture capitalist £1.8 million Dec 2007
Office and General Environmental Services Services Venture capitalist Undisclosed Dec 2007
Wood Communications Telecoms Venture capitalist Undisclosed Dec 2007
Millgate Computer Systems IT hardware Venture capitalist £1 million Dec 2007
Fisher Holdings Textiles Venture capitalist £40 million Dec 2007
Anaxsys Technology Health Venture capitalist £500,000 Dec 2007
Red Spider Technology Oil & gas AIM Undisclosed Dec 2007
7city Group Services Venture capitalist Undisclosed Dec 2007
Candover Finance AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Intellego Domestic Goods AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Motivcom Services AIM £1.15 million Nov 2007
Funeral Services Partnership Finance Venture capitalist £3.75 million Nov 2007
Ennstone Construction AIM £3.25 million Nov 2007
Branded Entertainments Finance AIM £375,000 Nov 2007
Ultra Electronics Electronics AIM £4 million Nov 2007
Eleco Software/IT AIM £6 million Nov 2007
WIN Media AIM £5 Nov 2007
ATG Airports Electronics AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Media Corporation Media AIM £224,000 Nov 2007
Afren Oil & gas AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Lavendon Group Engineering AIM euro 87.8 million Nov 2007
Vestpa Finance AIM £25.2 million Nov 2007
National Express Group Transport AIM £8 million Nov 2007
Tarsus Group Aerospace AIM £11.3 million Nov 2007
Lyceum Capital Partners Finance AIM £18 million Nov 2007
Sovereign Capital Finance AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Empresaria Group All AIM £1 million Nov 2007
Vitesse Media Media AIM £770,000 Nov 2007
SSL International Health AIM AUS$ 32.9 million Nov 2007
Ennstone Construction AIM £4.6 million Nov 2007
Tawa Insurance AIM $114 million Nov 2007
ArgentVive Finance AIM £450,000 Nov 2007
Freshwater UK Media AIM £1.25 million Nov 2007
Broker Network Insurance AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007
Augean Chemicals AIM £5.8 million Nov 2007
ScreenFX Media AIM Undisclosed Nov 2007

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