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14 September 2016Press Releases
James Cowper Kreston are pleased to announce their involvement on the financing of leading physiotherapist group, Six Physio Limited (“Six Physio” or “the Group”). The Corporate Finance team provided financial due diligence services to Six Physio and Santander Plc.
Based in London, Six Physio is a leading provider of physiotherapy services, operating from 11 clinics in London and 1 in West Sussex. Alongside its core offering of physiotherapy treatments, the Group also provides additional specialist services such as pilates, sports massage, work station ergonomics among others.
As a result of the financing from Santander, Six Physio intends to increase the number of sites it operates from through the roll out new clinics across central London and the Home Counties enabling it to serve a wider client base.
Rupert Crowfoot, CEO of Six Physio commented: “As a result of the financing, we are excellently placed to continue our growth plans. The service provided to us was second-to-none and we are excited about what the future has in store.”
Paul O’Reilly of Santander commented: “The Corporate Finance team at James Cowper Kreston managed all information diligently and proactively responded to any issues to ensure that all hurdles were overcome. We would not hesitate to recommend them to others.”
Nick Rogers, Partner and Head of Corporate Finance at James Cowper Kreston, added: “We are delighted to have advised Santander on its financing of Six Physio. Six Physio is an exciting Group with an excellent ethos, “Don’t Treat, Cure”, that has great potential for future growth. As a result of the financing, the Group is a in a strong position to capitalise on investments in the physiotherapy space and increase its service offering. We wish them every success in the future.”
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