Independent alternative asset manager Intriva Capital has invested in Sequence Care Group, a provider of specialist care services for adults with complex learning disabilities.

Sequence was founded in 2001 and provides supported living and residential care homes, employing more than 760 people, including experienced specialist teams comprising occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and positive behavioural support workers.

Sequence stated it will use the investment to expand its care services and footprint through developing new homes for individuals with learning disabilities and those with additional needs, such as a physical disability. Sequence will also look to acquire similar providers across the UK.

Tony Hegarty, chief executive at Sequence Care Group, said: “We are incredibly privileged that hundreds of individuals and families across the UK put their trust in our care. We pride ourselves in our ability to enable every person in our care to live a rich and fulfilled life with the support they need. It was exceptionally important for us to find like-minded partners who shared in our values and Intriva have proven to be just that. With their strategic and financial support, we can set new industry standards for care and expand our services to more locations across the country.”

Simon Finn, managing partner at Intriva Capital, added: “When we first met Tony and his team, we immediately knew that this was a best-in-class organisation. The management team have built one of the most personalised and high-quality care businesses in the country, and they’re passionate about making Sequence’s homes the best they possibly can be for the people in their care. We will invest in expanding the platform to ensure that Sequence’s exceptional care is more widely available to people in need of it.”

Connell Consulting provided due diligence support.

Date published: September 29, 2021

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