Copley Equity Partners has taken a minority stake in Gregory FCA, the suburban Philadelphia-based firm that chalked up $9.9M in fees in O’Dwyer’s 2018 rankings.
Founder Gregory Matusky and president Joseph Anthony remain majority owners in the firm focused on the financial services, real estate, cybersecurity, fintech, healthcare and esports sectors.
The firm has worked for PennMutual, FedEx, Brandywine Global, Kenna Security, SAP, Unisys and M&T Bank, United Capital and Mitsubishi Electric,
The Copley investment will help 30-year-old Gregory FCA invest in talent, expand its offerings, better support its client base and more deeply penetrate the verticals that it serves, according to Matusksy.
Peter Trovato, managing director at Boston's CEP, sees an opportunity to expand Gregory FCA’s platform.
“As media and communications have changed dramatically, Gregory FCA has continually reinvented itself to lead its clients’ communications into the digital age,” he said in a statement. “ Gregory FCA fits well with our philosophy of partnering with strong teams that are building leading companies via a tech-enabled service offering.”
Gregory FCA ranked No. 6 in O’Dwyer’s financial rankings with fees of $6M.