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iOFFICE and SpaceIQ announce merger

iOFFICE, an industry leader in workplace experience and asset management solutions, and SpaceIQ, a leading Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS), space management, and employee experience provider, have merged following strategic investments in the companies by global private equity firms Thoma ...

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CMA provides merger clearance for Mitie’s acquisition of Interserve FM

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published an update on its review of Mitie’s acquisition of Interserve’s Facilities Management business giving clearance for the transaction to proceed. The CMA has decided on the information currently available to it, “not ...

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CMA launches inquiry into proposed Mite-Interserve deal

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an inquiry into the anticipated acquisition of Interserve’s Support Services division by Mitie. Mitie is set to purchase Interserve’s Support Services division by the end of this year for a combined consideration ...

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FM Clinic: What can the FM sector do to ensure the engineering skills pipeline is maintained in the long term?

M&A analysis of the FM sector by BDO found that just over half of deals completed in the last two years involved businesses in the building management systems, M&E and compliance services sub sectors. In this way organisations can bring ...

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Mergers and acquisitions within the FM sector


There has been an increase in merger and acquisition activity within the FM services sector over recent years; which according to analysts is set to continue. What are the benefits to customers, clients and the services providers themselves of this ...

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Merge, acquire, grow or expire

In this article FMJ hears from Nick Atherton, managing director of Morphose about mergers and acquisitions in the FM industry. With questions still hovering over the national economy how do people in the facilities sector know when the time is ...

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