Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) is delighted to have assisted its client, Endless LLP (via its Enact Fund), acquire an award winning post production house business. The acquisition of the business and assets of Evolutions Television Limited and Digital Post Limited has preserved over 100 jobs.
This was a truly multi-disciplinary effort from the WBD team involving Tom Pringle (Restructuring), Jonathan Dunkley (Restructuring), Harry Rose (Restructuring), Will Fraser (Real Estate), Joe Dean (Real Estate), Leon Miller (Corporate), Jack Irwin (Corporate), Tim Woodward (Employment), Heather Stickland (Employment), Chloe Grant (Employment), Viktor Osasu (Banking) and Ronan Lowney (Corporate Tax), amongst others.
Tom Pringle, partner at WBD, said:
"We are pleased to have supported Enact on the first transaction for its London office and to have saved numerous jobs in the process in a difficult trading climate. Our cross-departmental team worked seamlessly together to deliver this transaction for our client and we hope to see the business flourish going forwards and look forward to working with Enact on future opportunities."
Felix Connolly, Investment Director of Enact added:
"Delighted to have closed the first transaction for Enact's London office. We are looking forward to working with Simon Kanjee and the Evolutions team in a time of increasing demand for media content. Thanks to Tom Pringle and his team at Womble Bond Dickinson for the legal support on a complex transaction, and for bringing clarity and commercial solutions to a number of challenges we encountered along the way."