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White & Black Advise Caxton Payments on acquisition of Nimbl
White & Black recently advised Caxton Payments on the acquisition of Nimbl, the pocket money app from ParentPay. Caxton has been a pioneer in the card and payments industry for over 20 years. It is best known for its innovative currency cards and cross-border payments service for both B2B and B2C customers. The acquisition expands Caxton’s offering in the youth and children’s money and payment app market.
Congratulations to Jonathan Williamson who led the White & Black Corporate team, advising Caxton throughout the transaction. He adds, “It was an absolute pleasure to work with Rupert, Trevor and Alana on this matter. Working with such dynamic, entrepreneurial and pragmatic clients is always exciting and motivating and enables us as a team at White & Black to utilise all of our core strengths – unmatched technical ability, real life commercial experience and exceptional client service. We look forward to working with the Caxton team throughout their exciting journey.” You can read the full press release here.
Corporate transactional work is the largest area of our practice, with deals ranging from £1m to £750m, including mergers and acquisitions, finance, joint ventures, corporate governance, and banking involving high growth and pure technology companies. We guide our clients through every aspect, through to post-deal integration. Please reach out to Jonathan Williamson or John Allen for more information.
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