In recent months, Lee Clifford and Freeth Cartwright banking partner Phil Baigent have also advised the Birmingham office of Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital (AAMGC) on its pounds 10m cash injection into West Midlands-based Lawrence Recycling and Waste Management.
What does AAMGC stand for?
AAMGC stands for Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital (UK)
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- American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
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- American Asset Management Group (est. 1984; Rockville, MD)
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INVESTMENT company Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital have sold their interest in Mining Communications to a consortium of investors, making a profit for clients of pounds 1.
Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital, Barclays Bank, and Advantage Transition Bridge Fund supported the deal.
The move has been backed by Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital.
The investment by Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital was led by Andrew Ferguson and John Connolly, with Mr Ferguson joining the board of Homelux Nenplas.