Quercus announces transaction in the health and sports supplements sector

May 20, 2019
Neil Giles

Quercus Corporate Finance is delighted to announce the sale of HTC Group Limited to MCI Health Investments Limited.

Quercus advised the Board of HTC Group Limited, on the sale of the award winning specialist health and sport supplements business to MCI Health Investments Limited.

Headquartered in Watford, Hertfordshire and with operations in China, HTC is the UK’s premium bulk health supplements and sports nutrition supplier to both the High Street and on-line retailers.

MCI Health Investments Limited is the investment vehicle of a serial entrepreneur.

Berenice Drury, shareholder and Chief Financial Officer said:

“When the family were approached with regard to the possibility of selling HTC, we needed an advisory firm that was dedicated to, and had a wealth of experience of, helping owner managers like ourselves sell their businesses. Quercus were recommended to us by our auditors and we are delighted that we chose them for this very important role.”



News Centre

Recent News

Terra Alliance International M&A network announces record growth in deal volume and values

Quercus International is the exclusive UK member firm of the Terra Alliance International M&A network and in 2023 member firms completed 97 transactions, a 10% increase on the previous year. Deal value 2023  also increased, by over 40%, to $18 billion.  The chart below shows that active sectors over the past 12 months include Industrial, Consumer, […]

Acquisition of Swale Heating by Sureserve

Quercus International is delighted to announce that it has advised the Sureserve Group (“Sureserve”) on the acquisition of Swale Heating Holdings Ltd and its subsidiary, Swale Heating Limited (together “Swale Heating”), a business delivering gas and renewable heating solutions to both public and private sector customers. This is the second time Quercus International has worked […]

Crystal ball 2024: the UK waste sector

Quercus Head of Waste Management Mark Whelan writes: At this time of year, it is customary to review the events of the year that has just past and to consider what might unfold over the next 12 months. In 2023 the UK waste industry has largely seen business as usual in the field of M&A. […]

1 2 3 31