DunPort are delighted to announce our participation in a club deal alongside Shawbrook Bank, to support Trinity Homecare, a Limerston Capital LLP backed operator in the UK homecare market. Alongside incumbent lender Shawbrook and an additional equity investment from Limerston, DCM provided acquisition debt facilities to support Trinity’s acquisition of Berkeley Homecare, creating a player of significant scale within the UK private pay homecare market. Trinity provides a range of live in and visiting care services to clients across the UK, and benefits from a CQC ‘Outstanding’ rating.
Addleshaw Goddard’s Alex Dumphy, Cerys Poolis and Amy Taggart provided legal advice to DunPort and Shawbrook. Trinity and Limerston were advised by EY (Chris Lowe / Jane Hartley) and CMS.
Trinity is the 3rd company to have been supported by the Oak Corporate Credit Fund, DunPort’s €335m lending vehicle, the successor to the Elm Corporate Credit Fund, which supported 32 borrowers across the UK and Ireland. DunPort is one of the leading providers of mid-market and lower mid-market private debt solutions in Ireland and the UK