UK: RDC Creates The Vehicle For Its Mergers & Acquisition Activity
Last Updated: 17 August 2001

Rossmore Dempsey & Company (RDC) is a UK-based management consultancy firm and a leader in developing and implementing operations strategies and behavioural change for some of the world's largest companies.

A strategic investment was recently made by Ove Arup & Partners in RDC that serves, in particular, the manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, automotive and Fast Moving Consumer Goods sectors.

RDC has announced that its mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is now established as a separate business: RDC~Turner Lombard Limited.

The move is a direct result of the success of the mergers and acquisition initiative, undertaken by RDC last year, and will ensure sharp focus on this expanding specialist area of operations.

Ian Hackett, general manager and director of the new business said: "We will concentrate on operational due diligence, post acquisition integration planning, operations recovery and other M&A work for financial backers and acquisitive groups. RDC~Turner Lombard's sister companies will continue to handle operational, behavioural, physical and logistical work that results from mergers and acquisitions on a global basis."

Simon Jones, RDC's chief executive, added: "The intensified focus on the M&A market is an exciting development for us and another step forward in our long-term business strategy.

"Together with our strategic partner, Ove Arup & Partners, we are able to offer M&A and operational services to both the backers of deals and operating groups on a global basis."

Rossmore Dempsey & Company has a reputation for delivering sustainable operational and financial improvements for its clients and a very rigorous, hands-on approach to working with management teams.

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