Each skate enthusiast knows the name 'Control' as a sponsor of Mark Tuitert which won gold in Vancouver in 2010. Business wise Control is known as a reliable secondment of finance professionals for middle business. The company was founded in 1998 by Lennaert Duke and René van Beek, both with a background in the audit practice of PwC.
"From a customer perspective, we are often in contact with detachment and we always had got the idea that it could be different and better." This constant drive for improvement and innovation is a key factor in the success of control and eventually led to the decision to the enterprise to sell.
With the professionalism of a great player and personal approach to clients is seconded and Control has become a distinctive and renowned label in the market. It also falls on USG People looking within its new strategy to expand its services, including through acquisition of specialized high-quality labels.
"Thanks to the wide network of Rembrandt Mergers & Acquisitions you come in every boardroom. So they put us in touch with USG. "Although the Control shareholders were not engaged in a sale of the company, a conversation between the two parties was found to be interesting.
"In skating, timing is everything. This also applies in the sales process: Just when we thought about the long-term strategy and our position in it brought Rembrandt Mergers & Acquisitions us in touch with USG. From then fell before us all the pieces in place. "
"After the interview we Rembrandt Mergers & Acquisitions asked to guide us in the process. With several transactions in the sector posting they are THE specialist in this field. Due to the good contacts they have among other USG, they could frequent the vessel refloating if even threatened to sink into the negotiation process. With control, we always want to produce winners, people who make a difference in the management of the customer. Rembrandt Mergers & Acquisitions has the same winning mentality and transaction oriented without them taking the wishes of us as clients lose sight of. We would Rembrandt therefore heartily recommend every DGA who wants to sell his business. "