Vote for GK at the British Private Equity Awards 2019!

GK Strategy is delighted to be nominated as Specialist Due Diligence Provider of the Year in the Unquote British Private Equity Awards 2019.

The shortlist is drawn up by a panel of industry experts and then opeen to a public vote, so we would really appreciate your support in voting for GK here:

  Vote GK

It has been a busy year for our investor services team, completing 35 mandates for private equity cients across our two products; Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) due diligence, and political, policy and regulatory risk due diligence, supporting transactions worth in excess of £1bn – almost 30% up on the previous year.

This year also saw the GK rebrand, launching a fresh new look for the business and bringing together our investor services and strategic communications practices to bolster our offer to clients. This change has better positioned us to provide ongoing consultancy services throughout the deal cycle and to help our clients deliver their value creation strategies post-acquisition.

I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of our clients over the past year and to our brilliant Investor Services team for all their hard work.

And, if you haven’t voted for GK yet, please do – here’s the link again!

Thanks

Robin

Robin Grainger

CEO

 

 

 

 

 

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