Oxford Global Resources, a staffing and consulting services company in the U.S. and Europe and backed by H.I.G. Capital, has bought Hale International, a staffing services firm.
Hale provides Workday professionals to organizations across the U.S. Hale works as an addition to Oxford’s existing IT offering. The combination of the businesses looks to further expand Oxford’s capabilities around software-as-a-service IT platforms. Hale’s founder and CEO, Matthew Cox, as well as the Hale team, has joined Oxford and will continue to lead Hale as the Workday-focused division of Oxford.
“Together, Oxford and Hale will leverage our combined strengths to bring additional capabilities and services to our customers,” says Cox. “We look forward to bringing our Workday platform expertise and highly capable network of specialists to Oxford’s customers, and are excited to offer our customers access to Oxford’s extensive portfolio of additional solutions in IT, life sciences, engineering, and healthcare IT staffing and consulting.”
Ropes & Gray LLP acted as legal counsel to Oxford. Azlan Advisory acted as financial advisor and Trowers & Hamlins LLP served as legal counsel to Hale.