GRAPH Supports YFM Equity Partners in Investment into Antser Group

GRAPH is pleased to have provided Commercial Due Diligence (CDD) to private equity firm YFM Equity Partners in support of its investment in Antser Group, a leading tech-driven provider of assessments and social care training.

Midlands-based Antser Group provides its services to the health, education, and social care sectors, in partnership with local authority and independent providers. The group is comprised of Carter Brown, a provider of independent psychological, psychiatric, and social work assessments for child-related safeguarding, and Antser Learning, a VR-led behavioural change training tool for front-line children’s care practitioners.

This transaction marks a significant milestone in the continued growth and development of Antser Group. YFM Equity Partners expressed their enthusiasm for the investment, highlighting Antser Group's commitment to improving outcomes for children, young people, families, vulnerable adults, and communities. This investment is expected to catalyse Antser Group's growth trajectory, enabling the expansion of service offerings, supporting personnel development, and facilitating strategic acquisitions.

GRAPH carried out a focused piece of commercial due diligence to support YFM’s investment, leveraging our deep expertise in the technology and healthcare sectors. This engagement also builds upon GRAPH's strong track record of supporting businesses dedicated to delivering essential services to those most in need.

The GRAPH team on the transaction was led by James Tetherton (Senior Partner) and Nicholas Batchelor working alongside Ben Pitt and Stephen Murray from YFM.

James Tetherton, Senior Partner at GRAPH Strategy, said: “We are so pleased to have provided commercial due diligence for YFM Equity Partners on this latest acquisition.

“Antser Group is a fantastic business, and this is a strategic move that will accelerate its expansion, while underscoring YFM’s commitment to driving growth and fostering innovation in essential services that profoundly impact communities.”

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