Lexington is celebrating its first full year which has seen it work on completed transactions in excess of £25m.
It marked its first anniversary in January 2017 after a successful 12 month period which has seen it cat on significant deals including the MBO of A&N Lewis, the sale of ABI care specialist, New Bridges, and the acquisition of Richmond Nursing by Opera Holdings.
Gary Partridge, Lexington's Managing Director, said he was "extremely pleased" with the continued success of Lexington since its inception and that everything was on track with the execution of the Firm's strategic plans.
Since "founding the Firm, we have been thrilled with the interest shown in Lexington, the pedigree of our team's credentials and the services that it offers."
"Businesses from a range of sectors including aerospace, IT, transport, logistics, healthcare, business services, recruitment and financial services have become our clients and we have been fortunate enough to work with some magnificent entrepreneurs and family businesses."
"Thanks to this, we are confident in establishing Lexington as one of the leading independent corporate finance firms operating in the mid-market - a goal which we feel we are well on track to achieving".
Andy Morris, Director, said "This year has far exceeded our expectations. Not only have we acted on a number of significant deals, but we have completed a number of Strategic Review projects for businesses considering their exit options and have been instructed by one of the UK's largest private companies upon its acquisition strategy for entering a new market segment.
As a result of this work, we have invested in our team welcoming new talent to the business and partnering with Cardiff University which I'm sure will significantly enhance our offering moving forwards."