David Rolfe

NVM Private Equity (NVM) announces the appointment of David Rolfe as Investment Partner for the South of England. He will be responsible for generating investment opportunities and managing NVM’s existing portfolio across the region.

David joins NVM from his role as PwC Director in Corporate Finance responsible for leading deal activity in the South East. David has 15 years experience with PwC, exclusively in the South, spending the last 12 years in a lead advisory role in Corporate Finance; advising both local private businesses and private equity houses on mid-market M & A transactions. Recent deals include the sale of Wallingford Software, IBS OPENRevenues and Reed Exhibitions’ Aerospace and Defence portfolio. David’s private equity deals include the acquisition of 4Projects, Independent Clinical Services and Stone Computers and the sale of Capula and Aspective.

In 2011 David was voted Thames Valley and Solent Dealmaker of the Year.

Martin Green, Managing Director of NVM:
“We are delighted to welcome David to NVM’s regional investment team. He has built up strong relationships across the South over the years and has a successful track record of working with private equity in the region – so will be a valuable addition to the team.”

David Rolfe, Investment Partner of NVM:
“Having worked in the region for 15 years I genuinely believe in the market opportunity for a regionally based brand such as NVM. NVM has a strong investment team that is well-respected in the market and I am really looking forward to working alongside them.”

Notes to editors

NVM Private Equity Limited (NVM)
is independently owned with over 27 years’ experience of investing in unquoted UK businesses. NVM is a generalist investor, managing over £200 million of funds, and is differentiated by having executives living and working in regional business communities throughout the UK. NVM seeks investment opportunities in UK businesses which have the right mix of growth potential and market vision. They may be looking to grow organically, acquire another business or secure a management buy-out. Typically, NVM looks to invest between £2 million and £10 million in each transaction. www.nvm.co.uk

For further information please contact: NVM