PTSG has established itself as one of the UK’s leading providers of specialist health and safety testing services, including fire safety, lightning protection, electrical testing, façade access and fall arrest equipment services to a broad range of blue chip customers. Headquartered in West Yorkshire, England, PTSG employs around 1,200 people across 31 sites, servicing more than 180,000 buildings in the UK, across a wide range of industries.
Mark Brenke, Managing Director and Head of Ardian Private Debt, said: “We are delighted to be backing Macquarie and Management in leading PTSG through its next phase of growth. Management have a demonstrable record of delivering both organic and M&A-driven growth and we are looking forward to being part of the journey going forward. Ardian Private Debt’s involvement in this take-private deal highlights our track record of supporting resilient businesses and underlines our capabilities in executing complex, time and information-sensitive transactions, where significant trust is required between principals.”
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LIST OF PARTIES INVOLVED
Ardian Private Debt
- Mark Brenke, Raaj Rabheru, Saam Serajian-Esfahan