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BPE Solicitors advises Totally plc on reverse takeover of Vocare Limited

PUBLISHED: 17:14 03 November 2017

Anthony Rudge,  Equity Partner at BPE Solicitors

Anthony Rudge, Equity Partner at BPE Solicitors


Anthony said “We are thrilled to continue our strong working relationship with Totally on its latest reverse takeover.”

The corporate team from Cheltenham-based BPE Solicitors has again acted for London-based Totally plc, this time in the reverse takeover of Vocare Limited, a leading provider of urgent care services to the NHS. The deal also saw Totally readmitted to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.

Earlier this year, BPE acted for Totally on the placing and open offer that provided the cash resources to finance this acquisition. To date, BPE’s corporate team has now advised Totally on no less than five occasions, including two reverse takeovers and two acquisitions, underlining its ongoing and developing relationship with the successful healthcare company.

Totally provides out-of-hospital services to the healthcare sector in the UK and, with the acquisition of Vocare, adds urgent care services such as GP out-of-hours and the NHS 111 service to its portfolio of services.

The BPE team was led by Equity Partner, Anthony Rudge and Senior Associate, Louise Grzasko.

Anthony said “We are thrilled to continue our strong working relationship with Totally on its latest reverse takeover. The company is well established in the healthcare sector and aims to further strengthen its position as a leading out-of-hospital healthcare provider in the UK.”

For more information, please contact Toby Aiken at Target PR toby.aiken@targetgroup.co.uk 01242 633100, or Rachel Williams at rachel.williams@bpe.co.uk 01242 248492.

Visit the BPE Solicitors website here.


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