KPMG Law helps sell NDIS provider

Big Four accounting firm’s legal arm advises founders in sale to an investment company

KPMG Law helps sell NDIS provider

KPMG Law was the legal adviser of the founders of ONCALL Group Australia on the sale of their company to Pemba Capital Partners.

Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. ONCALL is a leading provider of staff and services in the disability, NDIS, child, youth, and family-services sector. Pemba is a leading investor in the healthcare sector in Australia and New Zealand, KPMG Law said.

KPMG said that its legal arm worked in tandem with other experts of the Big Four accounting firm in an integrated team, which acted for the founders in the transaction. KPMG Law experts advised on all legal aspects of the transaction, including legal due diligence and transaction documentation.

They worked together with KPMG Transaction Services to carry out financial due diligence. They also worked with KPMG Tax to provide tax advice and tax due diligence services, the firm said.

The deal process was led by KPMG Corporate, which acted as corporate adviser to the founders of ONCALL.

The KPMG Law team was headed by David Morris, who leads the KPMG Law M&A practice. He was supported by director Paul Mayson and lawyer Dillon Fuzi.

The KPMG Corporate team was led by corporate finance partner Peter Turner, who was supported by director Andrew Fawcett, senior executive Georgia Drake-Brockman, and analyst Nicholas Johnson.

The financial due-diligence aspects of the deal were handled by transaction service partners Stewart May and Lisa Mullins, with support from managers Luke Cartwright and Elise Ko.

The KPMG Tax team was headed by partner Lucas Georgiadis, who was assisted by director Matt Ervin and manger Tonya Bernardo. Regulatory matters were managed by associate director Laura Green.

Gilbert + Tobin advised Pemba, with a team headed by corporate advisory partner Adam Laura. He was supported by corporate advisory lawyer Sarah Kensell and consultants Michael McDonald and Maarten De Schepper.

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