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Access Partnership

A fast-growing, international public policy firm, which advises many of the world’s largest technology companies.

The Business

Access is a fast-growing, international public policy firm, which advises many of the world’s largest technology companies on matters ranging from data policy to infrastructure regulation and compliance. 

Multinational firms not previously considered technology companies are increasingly affected by the scale and scope of regulatory and technology change. Access is positioned at the heart of these complex issues with a deep understanding of both policy and technical aspects of dataflows and data delivery systems.

Headquartered in London, the business manages its international service offering from offices in the US, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. This operational scope enables Access to serve its world-leading multinational client base wherever their policy needs arise. 

The Deal

Mobeus invested £13 million for a minority stake in the business, which has experienced rapid growth, with revenues doubling over the last three years. 

The Plan

Mobeus’s investment will enable the consultancy to expand its services both geographically and to the growing number of verticals affected by changing data rules. We are excited to support Access as it continues its high-growth trajectory across international markets, underpinned by strong dynamics that favour the innovative solutions it offers. Access’s combination of technical skill, policy knowledge and extensive market experience sets them apart. Mobeus has built a strong relationship with the senior management in advance of this transaction and we are delighted to be partnering with Greg and his high-calibre team.

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“Access is uniquely placed to capitalise on the significant market opportunity driven by regulatory and technology change. Having got to know the team at Mobeus, we are delighted to partner with them to make this happen.”

Gregory Francis, Access Managing Director