Information Services Corporation (TSX: ISV) has sold its 30% interest in Dye & Durham Corporation (D&D) to the other shareholders of D&D for $25 million in cash.
On September 2, 2015, ISC completed a $3.3 million investment in OneMove Technologies Inc., acquiring 30% of the issued and outstanding voting common shares.
Matthew Proud and brother Tyler Proud, through Plantro Ltd., took OneMove Technologies Inc. in 2013.
OneMove Technologies acquired 100% of D&D in February 2016 and 51% of Easy Convey Limited in April 2016. Dye & Durham acquired100% of OnCorp Direct Inc. in March 2017.
ISC contributed further $3.7 million, representing its pro rata share of equity raises by Dye & Durham to fund the three acquisitions, maintaining ISC’s 30% ownership interest.
Dye & Durham is reportedly weighing a potential initial public offering (IPO).
Jeff Stusek, President and CEO commented, “ISC has been very pleased with its investment in D&D. However, the time is right to divest and to focus on our other growth objectives and core business, deploying our capital resources at the appropriate time. We would like to congratulate D&D on its growth during our time as a shareholder and wish Matthew Proud, CEO of D&D, and his team continued success.”
Origin Merchant Securities Inc. acted as exclusive financial advisor to ISC on this transaction.
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