Argand Partners has Acquired OASE Management GmbH
Scott-Macon's consumer, food, and retail professionals advise Argand Partners in its acquisition of Acquired OASE Management GmbHOctober 2017
Argand Partners announced its acquisition of the leading global provider of outdoor water gardening products, OASE Living Water. Scott-Macon's Consumer, Food and Retail Group was the merger and acquisition adviser to Argand Partners on this transaction.
Widely known for its cutting-edge and high-quality product solutions, OASE has close to 70 years of brand recognition in its core markets. The company's products represent state-of-the-art design and convenient usability. OASE has a wide global footprint with production facilities, in-house design teams, and R&D centers in North America, Europe, and Asia; it also does business in more than 100 countries.
About Argand Partners
Argand is a New York‐ and San Francisco‐based middle market buyout firm founded in 2015 by long‐time colleagues, Heather Faust, Howard D. Morgan, and Tariq Osman. Argand is a growth‐oriented, control investor focused on complex, often contrarian, situations that involve solid, market‐leading industrial and industrial‐oriented consumer businesses, often with significant global operations and expansion opportunities.
About Scott-Macon’s Consumer, Food and Retail Group and M&A Services
Led by Scott M. Silverman, Scott-Macon's Consumer, Food & Retail Group has a wealth of industry knowledge to offer innovative consultation to middle market corporate and financial sponsor clients. The team includes senior investment bankers that offer public corporations, private companies, financial sponsors and family-owned businesses a variety of products and services.
Utilizing experience in both domestic and international advisory, Scott-Macon's M&A professionals have assisted clients on the purchase or sale of companies, subsidiaries and business units in a broad range of industries. We assist clients in all stages of the sale or acquisition process and develop strategy, acquisition parameters and purchase constraints before the initiation of the program.Go Back <