Jérôme Adrian managed a sale finalised in October 2006, barely a few months after the sell-side assignment was signed.
ALARMELEC 60, founded by Mr Christian Tissot in 1990, has been bought by the SCUTUM group, one of the key players in the security industry headed by Mr Franck Namy, who thereby strengthens its position in remote monitoring.
“After approaching the main market players, more than eight companies stated their interest,” emphasises Jérôme Adrian.
ALARMELEC 60, based in Oise, is specialised in the installation of alarms, theft protection, remote monitoring systems and video surveillance. Made up of a clientele of individuals, ALARMELEC 60 offers its wealthy residential clients high quality services.
The SCUTUM group, founded in 1977, is currently the leading independent French security group. With its own network of 20 agencies throughout France, the SCUTUM group employs more than 400 staff and achieves a turnover of more than 50 million Euros.