NVM appoints Liam May .
9 January 2014
NVM Private Equity further strengthens its investment team with the appointment of Liam May
NVM Private Equity (NVM) announces the appointment of Liam May to its investment team. He will be working alongside the NVM Directors to help generate new investment opportunities and manage NVM’s existing portfolio across the UK. Liam will be based in NVM’s new Manchester office.
Liam joins NVM from Altium Capital where he worked for two years as a Corporate Finance Associate, with responsibility for advising clients on deal structuring, execution and negotiation strategy. In 2013, he worked closely with NVM’s Andy Leach to complete the management buy-out of North West based Buoyant Holdings. Prior to Altium, Liam spent three years at Ernst & Young LLP where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He then undertook a number of due-diligence assignments in both M&A and Transactions Services, including GlaxoSmithKline’s successful acquisition of Maximuscle.
Martin Green, Managing Director of NVM: “Liam is an excellent addition to our successful team in the North. We are excited about the increasing number of investment opportunities that we are pursuing, and believe now is a great time to expand our investment resource capability.”
Liam May, Investment Manager of NVM: “I am delighted to be joining NVM at what is a very exciting time for the business. Having worked with NVM in the past I know them to be a highly experienced team with an impressive track record of identifying businesses with strong growth potential, adding value and delivering profitable investments. I look forward to joining the team and contributing to their continued success.”
NVM Private Equity Limited (NVM)
is independently owned with over 29 years’ experience of investing in unquoted UK businesses. NVM is a generalist investor, managing £260 million of funds, and is differentiated by having executives living and working in regional business communities throughout the UK. NVM seeks investment opportunities in UK businesses which have the right mix of growth potential and market vision. They may be looking to grow organically, acquire another business or secure a management buy-out. Typically, NVM looks to invest between £2 million and £10 million in each transaction. www.nvm.co.uk
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