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Browne Jacobson advises CARE Fertility Group on latest acquisition

26 February 2019

Browne Jacobson has advised long standing client CARE Fertility Group on its acquisition of Bath Fertility Centre Limited for an undisclosed consideration.

Care Fertility

Bath Fertility Centre (based in Bristol and Bath) is one of the most successful fertility centres in the South West with a 25 year proven track record infertility treatment, offering a comprehensive range of state-of-the-art fertility treatments to both private and NHS patients from the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area.

Operating since 1997, CARE Fertility Group is the UK’s largest independent provider of fertility services and operates full service IVF clinics and satellite centres in 16 cities and towns.

Corporate finance lawyers Paul McCannah and Sandra Wong advised CARE Fertility Group.

This is the fourth acquisition which Browne Jacobson has acted on for CARE Fertility Group, following on from the Bowmark Capital backed management buyout of the Group in 2012, and subsequent acquisitions of London based Centre for Reproductive Medicine Ltd in 2013 and The South East Fertility Clinic (SEFC) in 2014.

Paul McCannah, corporate finance associate, said:

“We are delighted to continue to support CARE Fertility on this key strategic acquisition which will help them to extend their UK footprint into the South West region in what is a dynamic, innovative and growing market.”

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