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Matheson recently advised Mergon Group as part of an investment by Elysian Capital

AUTHOR(S): Brian McCloskey
KEY CONTACT(S): Brian McCloskey
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions
DATE: 20.12.2019

Matheson recently advised Mergon Group, a family-owned plastics business in Co Westmeath, in connection with an investment in Mergon by British private equity firm Elysian Capital.

Established in 1981, Mergon Group manufactures plastic moulding products used by car manufacturers, healthcare companies and other businesses. Mergon Group employs over 600 people globally, almost half of whom are in Castlepollard, Co Westmeath. It also has facilities in South Carolina in the United States, and in the Czech Republic. This investment will now assist further international expansion.

Mergon Group was advised by a cross-departmental Matheson team led by Corporate M&A Partner Brian McCloskey.

“We were delighted to have worked with Pat, Tom, Aoife and the rest of the team at Mergon on this transaction.  Mergon is a great example of a truly innovative Irish company making an impact on the international stage.  We look forward to supporting the Mergon team on the next phase of their journey.”

With a wealth of experience across our six partner led offices worldwide and a dedicated 100 person Corporate Department, Matheson has some of the most experienced corporate lawyers in Ireland.  Excellence matters and Matheson’s Corporate Department, led by 21 partners, has unparalleled experience in complex and innovative domestic and international corporate transactions across all industry sectors.


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