RCapital Backs Matrix Knowledge

RCapital has made a growth investment in Matrix Knowledge, a provider of information management, analysis and research services. The undisclosed sum invested will enable the company to develop and grow its advisory, research and technology businesses in UK, continental Europe and USA.

PRESS RELEASE

RCapital today announces it has made a growth investment in TMKG Limited and its subsidiaries (“Matrix Knowledge”) which provides information management, analysis and research services.

The undisclosed sum invested by RCapital will enable Matrix Knowledge to develop and grow its advisory, research and technology businesses in UK, continental Europe and USA.

Commenting on this announcement, Jamie Constable founder of RCapital said: “Matrix Knowledge is a leader in its field. The team have built a solid reputation for delivering valuable insights. Matrix Knowledge develops cutting edge research which informs and enables organisations to directly influence and shape public policy on health, social care, education and criminal justice.

“Matrix Knowledge is an ideal candidate for growth funds because of its distinct combination of technology, tools, experience and expertise.”

Jacqueline Mallender, CEO of Matrix Knowledge said: “Today’s announcement represents a critical step in our long-term growth strategy. We plan to extend our work with US and European governments, agencies, and UK organisations, by delivering first rate research and analytical services on the changing needs of the global economy.

“Our partnership with RCapital is a first step towards delivering on our growth strategy and will enable us to take advantage of further commercial opportunities opening up in the US and Europe.”

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About RCapital
In this press release references to RCapital are references to RCapital LLP, which is one of the country’s leading specialist investment firms. The information contained in this press release is correct at the time of going to press. RCapital was advised on this growth investment by a team of lawyers from Salans LLP in London, led by partners Jonathan Polin and Sonia Jordan.