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EFCG Advises Anser Advisory On Its Planned Sale to Accenture

Updated: Feb 1

EFCG was pleased to advise Anser Advisory ("Anser"), an ENR Top 50 Program Management firm offering advisory, compliance, and management services for infrastructure projects, on its planned transformative acquisition by Accenture, a global professional services company offering a wide range of services in strategy, consulting, technology, digital transformation, and operations. Anser is a Sterling Investment Partners ("Sterling") portfolio company. Markon, Anser's federal consulting business, will remain a Sterling portfolio company.

Anser has a proven track record of successfully mitigating risks and minimizing project delays and cost overruns in large-scale infrastructure projects. Through the acquisition, Accenture aims to strengthen its ability to execute these significant, long-term projects and expand its capital project capabilities.

Bryan Carruthers, CEO of Anser, said: “Clients engage Anser as a trusted advisor to minimize risk and maximize outcomes when they invest in critical infrastructure. By joining Accenture, we will be able to provide new value and scale to our clients to support their missions and opportunities for our people to grow their careers at one of the world’s most prestigious companies.”

Jimmy Etheredge, CEO of Accenture North America, also added: “This acquisition positions Accenture as a key player in the tremendous investment that is taking place to modernize North America’s infrastructure in a sustainable manner. Combining Anser Advisory’s experience with our digital technology expertise is a game-changing transformation for infrastructure projects.”

Congratulations to Anser's CEO, Bryan Carruthers, and the Anser management team, shareholders, and employees on building such an exceptional brand within the engineering space, and to James Soldano, Bill Macey, and the Sterling Investment Partners team.

Read the original article on Anser here.


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