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Clarkslegal advises Kinectrics Inc on its acquisition of Cheshire based engineering firm

Canadian multinational, Kinectrics Inc was successfully advised by Clarkslegal’s corporate team on its purchase of Engineering Analysis Services for an undisclosed sum.

Kinectrics is a global provider and category leader of lifecycle management services to the electric power industry.  Engineering Analysis Services is an advanced engineering consultancy firm providing engineering solutions in structural integrity design, analysis, and assessment to the UK civil nuclear industry.  The combined entities bring together Kinectrics’ extensive structural integrity assessment and lifecycle management capabilities with Engineering Analysis Services’ wide range of engineering solutions that include design, stress and structural analysis, as well as safety case production services.

Jeff Lewis, General Counsel & Director, Commercial Contracts at Kinectrics Inc. was pleased with the role played by Clarkslegal commenting that:  “I highly recommend Clarkslegal for their outstanding expertise in M&A transactions and general corporate/commercial work. With a stellar reputation in the legal industry, Clarkslegal has demonstrated a deep understanding of complex mergers and acquisitions, offering invaluable guidance to clients navigating intricate deal structures. Clarkslegal were integral to Kinectrics successfully completing a strategic acquisition in the UK. Their team of seasoned professionals is well-versed in the nuances of corporate law, ensuring that we received comprehensive and strategic advice tailored to our specific needs.”

I highly recommend Clarkslegal for their outstanding expertise in M&A transactions and general corporate/commercial work. With a stellar reputation in the legal industry, Clarkslegal has demonstrated a deep understanding of complex mergers and acquisitions.

Ashan Arif, lead partner on Kinectric matters, commented that “this was an interesting deal to be part of given the industries involved.  Negotiations were generally smooth and we are pleased to be part of Kinectric’s UK story.  I am pleased that we continue to be trusted by important organisations in supporting them on key strategic M&A.”.

Clarkslegal specialises in advising UK and international clients on mergers and acquisitions.

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