Malcolm Cook

Malcolm joined the Orbis team in September 2016 to head up the acquisition support and due diligence team.

Malcolm is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and focusses on acquisitions and financial due diligence, working with a number of UK corporates on their acquisition strategy.

Malcolm has first-hand experience of over 200 transactions, with deal sizes ranging from £1 million to £50 million.

Malcolm has supported acquisitions across a variety of sectors, however, he has particular experience in support services, healthcare, and distribution. He is also a non-executive director of a large UK distribution business.

He has a broad experience of international business culture and working practices in Mainland Europe, Scandinavia, the US, Canada, and Australia, having been involved in nearly 50 international acquisitions for UK corporates.

 

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Recent News

Orbis Partners Advises on the Acquisition of Weeting Tyres Ltd by Goodyear Dunlop Tyres UK Ltd
4th February 2019

East Anglia based Weeting Tyres has been acquired by Goodyear Dunlop Tyres UK (Goodyear). Orbis Partners provided both acquisition support and financial due diligence for the deal, reporting into the UK management and the US M&A team for Goodyear.

Orbis Partners Supports Young Enterprise With Business Workshop for Students
31st January 2019

Orbis Partners hosted a Business Workshop for students taking part in the Young Enterprise Company Programme, a voluntary scheme where student groups create their own company from scratch, helping to build employability and life skills to help students succeed in their future careers.

Orbis Finalises the Sale of Signis to Key Assets Group
17th January 2019

Birmingham-based Orbis Partners have finalised the sale of The Signis Group (Signis) to Antser Group (Antser), for an undisclosed sum.

Orbis Partners Provide Financial Due Diligence to Support the MBO of Siamo Group
28th December 2018

The directors of Siamo Group completed a management buy-out of private equity investors Key Capital Partners (KCP) to become independently owned. Orbis Partners completed the financial due diligence for the transaction, reporting directly to Clydesdale Bank.

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