The deal was originally struck in late August and formalised on September 10.
The firms will now merge and relaunch under the InterBay Commercial brand.
The company will trade out of InterBay Commercial’s headquarters in Fareham under the leadership of managing director Colin Bell. Redundancies are likely to be made.
5D Group was launched in 2006 and its funds are managed by investment firm Cabot Square Capital.
Bell says: “We now have a great opportunity to merge with 5D and relaunch our company with the strong financial backing of our new parent.
“We’ve spoken with our broker partners and are working through our pipeline to ensure they and potential borrowers are treated fairly during this period of change.”
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