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Regester Larkin acquires Steelhenge

Crisis, issues and reputation management consultancy, Regester Larkin (RL) has announced that it is to acquire crisis management and business continuity specialist Steelhenge Consulting.

Both firms are experts in crisis preparedness and management, operating at the highest levels for clients who value a truly strategic approach to crisis management. Regester Larkin’s expertise has been built on a strong heritage of live crisis response and communications, together with issues and reputation management. Steelhenge brings a deep knowledge and understanding of crisis planning, training and exercising, and business continuity management.

By joining forces, Regester Larkin and Steelhenge will be well placed to meet the full range of clients’ crisis management needs.

Regester Larkin chief executive Andrew Griffin said: “We are delighted to welcome Steelhenge. We are already recognised as benchmark innovators in this specialist discipline. Bringing Steelhenge into the RL Group further extends our depth, differentiation and leadership position. Together we will provide our clients with best in class strategic crisis management consultancy, as well as functional and operational crisis preparedness capability.”

Steelhenge managing director Dominic Cockram said: “We have grown significantly in the UK and the UAE over the last ten years. Joining RL is a continuation of our ambition to provide a greater range and scope of services. By combining two of the most respected firms in the market we enable the new team to bring more experience, intellectual property and bespoke products to national and international clients.”

The two firms have already collaborated successfully on a number of client projects.

Steelhenge will retain its name, and the team will move into Regester Larkin’s London offices immediately.

The acquisition will be equity based only. Dominic Cockram will become a shareholder and director of Regester Larkin Ltd.

www.steelhenge.co.uk www.regesterlarkin.com

•Date: 8th April 2014 • UK/World •Type: Article • Topic: BC markets & companies

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