ISS operates from its two branches located in Torfaen, South Wales and Birmingham. It provides a mixture of complex care, 24 hour care, elderly care and private care, supporting each service user to live independently in their own homes.
The business also has its own care monitoring and quality assessment by conducting spot checks, performance audits and feedback for care workers.
This is City & County’s fourteenth acquisition since Sovereign invested in the group in 2009 and its first acquisition in Wales.
City & County is currently the UK’s fourth largest provider of domiciliary care.
Dominic Dalli, Sovereign Capital partner, said, “This acquisition builds on City & County’s strong growth during 2012, reflecting both the Group’s reputation for offering high-quality services and the preference of service users to be cared for in their own homes wherever possible.
“Despite the challenging economic climate, City & County has now quadrupled the number of care hours it provides per week since our investment began three and a half years ago.”
Earlier this month it was reported that Sovereign Capital was looking to sell London-based international schools group World Class Learning in an auction process that could reach as much as £150m.
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