|By PR Newswire||
|April 14, 2014 05:00 PM EDT||
TORONTO, April 14, 2014 /CNW/ - ESC Corporate Services Ltd. has agreed to terms for the acquisition of the Quebec based corporate services division of D+H known as C.R.A.C. (Corporate Research and Analysis Centre). The purchase includes the departments fulfilling incorporation services, trademarks and corporate accessories. The transaction is expected to close in May.
"C.R.A.C. and ESC have been trading partners supporting our respective legal customers across Canada for many years. We have entirely complimentary services albeit in different geographic markets. We are very excited to welcome C.R.A.C.'s highly experienced team and look towards enabling C.R.A.C. and ESC with our respective products offerings and systems" said Chris Valentine, President of ESC. "Together we believe we can enable both C.R.A.C. and ESC's customers to continue to offer timely and knowledgeable corporate services alongside a unique and broad suite of online national and international inquiry and filing services".
"ESC will provide C.R.A.C. with the tools and reach we need to expand our service offering to our customers in Quebec" said Pierre Bilodeau, C.R.A.C.'s Director of Client Services who will be transitioning with the team. "We have always chosen to work with ESC in Ontario as they embody the ideals of experience and customer service we have made our hallmark here in Quebec. I know I speak for the C.R.A.C. team when I say this transaction will only further our ability to offer our clients both in Quebec and Ontario a broader and deeper suite of services which will compliment our core offering of corporate filings, inquiries, accessories and trademarks."
C.R.A.C. will operate under its own name and conduct business from its present location at 1080 Beaver Hall in Montreal.
About ESC Corporate Services Ltd. (ESC)
ESC is a national corporate services provider focused exclusively on the provisioning of customized public record search and registration services and supplies to law firms, corporations and national institutions across Canada.
Founded in 2009 following the acquisition of the Ontario corporate services division of Dye & Durham, ESC's team is renowned for its corporate services expertise, focused commitment on customer service and high volume transaction processing relating to nationwide search and registration services. Offering real time access to public corporate records across Canada, the United States and more than 26 countries and counting, ESC is a single point solution for organizations seeking exception free integrated outcomes to online corporate due diligence, incorporation services and supplies, customer on-boarding and compliance or credit solutions.
ESC is a licensed service provider under contract to ServiceOntario.
SOURCE ESC Corporate Services Ltd.
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