The Energy Brokers Limited (TEBL) a specialist energy procurement consultancy has been acquired by The Consultus International Group Limited in a Management Buy Out led by its Managing Director, Andrew Staley. The terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.
TEBL is a specialist energy procurement consultancy that focuses in the Industrial & Commercial (I&C) sector arranging and managing electricity and gas contracts on behalf of its clients with energy suppliers. It operates predominately in the UK but has been steadily increasing its foothold across the European marketplace. In the UK it has been assessed by an independent party who ranks TEBL joint 2nd in the Cornwall Energy I&C TPI Index.
Based in Leicester TEBL was setup in 1994, following de-regulation of the UK’s electricity & gas markets. During this time it has grown and developed a dedicated and specialised energy procurement team serving many business sectors across a range of organisation sizes. TEBL was setup and led by the former Managing Director, Bernard Messore and its Non-Executive Directors; David Booth, David Dyer, Jane Messore and Roy Warner.
Whilst TEBL has a relatively new management team in place it remains under the guidance of Andrew Staley, who has managed the business since 2009. The new management team consists of industry professionals, who now form the board and are driving the business forward. As part of this deal Consultus has also acquired The Waterbuyers Limited, which is a newly formed Company that will be used to expand the operations of the Group into other areas such as; Water, Energy Efficiency and Internationally.
Clydesdale Bank supported the management buy-out through the provision of debt facilities. Andrew Staley said “we went out to the marketplace for the debt facilities, Clydesdale came back promptly with a competitive offer that not only met our request, but exceeded it by providing additional flexibility. I’m very pleased to be working with Chris (Harris) and the team at Clydesdale.”
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