Paul Slattery

Paul Slattery
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Paul is Catalyst’s Chief Operating Officer. He has over 20 years of relevant experience gained in professional practice and industry.

After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in Nottingham, Paul spent a number of years working at premium automotive franchises. 

He was the Finance Director for the BMW franchisee, Bedfordia Automotive, where he helped to grow the business over a ten year period before working with the owners on their exit.

Being involved with the advisors during that sale process rekindled Paul's appetite for working in a professional services environment and he joined Catalyst in 2015.

Away from work, Paul is kept busy by his five children. He is a keen cyclist, enjoys a round of golf to celebrate a visit by Halley's Comet and watches Arsenal on Match of the Day, who have him thinking it might just be their year, until it all goes wrong…again.

Catalyst advises Spectris plc on its acquisition of Concept Life Sciences

Catalyst Corporate Finance has advised Spectris plc, the productivity-enhancing instrumentation and controls company, on its acquisition of Concept Life Sciences.  

Advisor to WernerCo and Triton Partners on the acquisition of Zarges Group

We advised WernerCo and Triton Partners on the acquisition of Zarges Group, a leading provider of professional access, storage and special construction solutions. 

Catalyst advises Piper on investment in Neom Organics

Catalyst has advised Piper on its investment in beauty and wellbeing brand Neom Organics (“Neom”). 

Catalyst advises Synova on 4Ways Healthcare refinancing

We advised Synova Capital on its refinancing of portfolio company 4Ways Healthcare, a leading provider of tele-diagnostic services to the healthcare sector.  

Catalyst advises PCMS Group on its sale to a management buy-out team backed by Inflexion Private Equity

Catalyst has advised PCMS Group, a leading provider of point-of-sale software and services for major retailers, on its sale to a management buy-out team, backed by Inflexion.