Toby is a Director at Orbis having joined the team at Invex Partners in 2001.
He has focused on MBOs, MBIs and BIMBOs across a wide range of industry sectors, working closely with management teams in owner managed businesses.
Toby is also a Director of Intrinsic Equity, the investment vehicle of Orbis Partners, investing in and supporting businesses requiring development capital or in distressed situations.
He is currently non-executive director of Homes Caring for Autism, iESCo and Laidlaw and is part of the senior management teams at Abacus and Storm Games. He was shortlisted for Midlands Insider Young Dealmaker of the Year 2011 and has helped Intrinsic win Midlands Turnaround Team of the Year for the last six years.
Prior to his career in corporate finance, Toby has worked for both a Big 4 and a regional firm of chartered accountants in the audit and specialist projects departments. He is ACA qualified, has a master’s degree in chemical engineering and is a member of the Institute for Turnaround.
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 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.
Birmingham-based Orbis Partners have finalised the sale of The Signis Group (Signis) to Antser Group (Antser), for an undisclosed sum.
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.