Palatine Private Equity has invested in Nottingham-headquartered E-days, a provider of employee absentee management software which has more than 175,000 users in more than 80 countries worldwide. The deal is the third in the Midlands since Palatine opened its Birmingham office. This is the second deal from Palatine Private Equity’s Impact Fund, a £100m investment vehicle targeting growth companies that also deliver a positive social and/or environmental impact.
"BDO produced an issues focused due diligence report, demonstrating a thorough understanding of the SaaS business model and key value drivers. Their support throughout the due diligence process was invaluable.”
James Gregson, Palatine