Deal Announcement


DCS Advisory advised Registrar Corp in its acquisition by Bertram Capital.

15 Jun 2018

DCS Advisory, a leading investment banking firm, advised Registrar Corp in its acquisition by Bertram Capital.

Registrar Corp (“Registrar”) is a leading provider of mission-critical U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulatory compliance and supply chain assurance solutions for manufacturers, exporters, importers, distributors and retailers required to comply with the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) of 2011. After more than 15 years of successful growth, Registrar engaged DCS Advisory to explore financial and strategic alternatives that could assist its founders in expanding Registrar’s technology solutions, accelerating growth and delivering greater value to customers.

DCS Advisory worked closely with Registrar and Bertram Capital to close the transaction within two weeks of executing a letter of intent.

DCS Advisory’s Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) practice strives to be the advisor of choice for companies providing workplace, environmental, product and food-related safety and compliance solutions globally. This is the second deal in the sector closed by the EHS team in the first half of 2018.*

*DCS Advisory is a legacy firm of DC Advisory US. Find out more >

Deal Team

Franklin Staley

Managing Director
United States

Greg Ager

Managing Director
United States

Michael Kremen

Director
United States

“The DCS Advisory team organized and managed a vigorous marketing process, which leveraged both their deep industry knowledge as well as relationships with potential partners to bring the best possible parties to the table. Their hard work, professionalism and tenacity ultimately delivered a tremendous outcome for shareholders, and we could not be more thrilled with our company’s new partner.”

David Lennarz, Co-Founder of Registrar

“DCS Advisory’s proactive process management and transparent guidance enabled us to quickly answer our most critical diligence questions, develop the necessary conviction that Bertram was the right partner for Registrar at this time, and ultimately close the transaction in a very timely manner.”

Tom Beerle, Principal for Bertram Capital, who will be joining Registrar’s Board of Directors