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CG Archive Acquisition Marks 30th for OASIS Group

Clarkslegal, led by corporate lawyers Jon Chapman and Esma Kilic, have advised OASIS Group on all of their UK acquisitions.

OASIS Group, the fastest growing records and information management (RIM) company across Europe, have confirmed the completion of their 30th acquisition to date. In a deal finalised on September 1st, the company acquired CG Archive, Ltd. located in Milton Keynes, UK.

“To reach a milestone like this is an achievement we are very proud of and couldn’t be happier that CG Archive is a part of that” states Brian Connolly, Chief Executive Officer of OASIS Group. “We thoroughly stand by our services and offerings by aspiring to go above and beyond for our clients. We believe this acquisition is an indication of that and we’ll continue to explore solutions to benefit our industry and markets”.

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OASIS Group, the fastest growing records and information management (RIM) company across Europe.

“The journey from initial outreach to officially closing on a company is always a personal one with the sellers”, noted Fiona Holdsworth, Director of Acquisitions for OASIS Group. “I begin by listening to the owners and do my best to meet their expectations. This is our 16th transaction in the UK to date and I look forward to continuing on that success for OASIS”.

With offerings from every touchpoint of information management services, from scanning to shredding, GDPR solutions to tape restoration, this transaction supports their goal to better serve their clients while continuing to grow and expand their overall market reach.

With the integration of CG Archive, Ltd. now underway, new clients will quickly benefit from the exceptional services and infrastructure OASIS provides.

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