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Matheson Advises Bregal Milestone on Investment in Arkphire

AUTHOR(S): Brian McCloskey
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Corporate, Private Equity
DATE: 17.10.2018

Matheson advises Bregal Milestone on its investment in Arkphire, one of the fastest growing Irish technology solutions company.

Bregal Milestone is a private equity firm dedicated to investing in high growth European companies. Arkphire has been ranked as one of the fastest growing companies in Ireland offering its customers a full range of technology solutions from the desktop to the data centre. Arkphire’s strong customer base of multinationals, public sector agencies and Irish organisations expands across various sectors including finance, healthcare, pharma and telecommunications. Partnering with Bregal Milestone will strengthen Arkphire’s market position and enable the company to continue its rapid pace of growth.

Brian McCloskey, Corporate M&A Partner at Matheson said:

“We are delighted to have worked with Bregal Milestone on its first investment in Ireland. We are also very excited by the opportunity to assist the team at Bregal Milestone as they work with Paschal Naylor and all his colleagues at Arkphire to further develop the business in the years ahead."

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