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The bank's Board rejected the offer in September 1987, openly questioned the qualifications of the Saatchis to be running a bank and may have leaked details of the bid to the press.In the same month Maurice Saatchi met with Board executives of the Hill Samuel merchant bank to discuss an acquisition.Difficulties arose after the 1987 Bates acquisition as some clients perceived conflict concerns with other group agencies.Bates clients Warner-Lambert (billings million), RJR Nabisco (billings million), Michelob (billings million), Ralston (billings million) and Mc Donald's (billings million) all pulled their accounts in the months following that acquisition.With the merger, the key management positions were taken by Saatchi people.With the merger, Saatchi & Saatchi moved into Garland Compton's offices on 80 Charlotte Street in the west end of London; and the agency now found itself in the UK Top 5 agencies for size of billings.Garland Compton were a long established, conservative British agency, founded by Stanley Garland in 1927.
It was founded in 1970 and is currently headquartered in London.The Compton UK listed status meant that the Saatchi & Saatchi business could now issue stock, and the capital for the subsequent acquisitions was raised by giving existing shareholders the first rights to purchase new stock at a discount. business, for instance outlaid .2 million in cash and another .6 million to be paid over ten years if the agency achieved after-tax profits of .07 million.Commonly, the acquisitions used a part cash up-front/ part earn-out mechanism as perfected by Martin Sorrell. The rights issue to raise the .2 million watered down the brothers' holding to 18% of the combined group.Charles's younger brother Maurice joined the business in 1970 after Cramer's departure whereupon it was renamed "Saatchi and Saatchi" and developed into a full-service advertising agency.As a creative consultancy they had mainly worked on projects primarily for agencies but having become a full service agency they were able to quickly build their own solid client base and, by 1975, this included blue-chip clients such as Associated Newspapers, British Leyland, Brutus Jeans, Cunard, Dunlop, National Magazines, and Nestle. It was during these early years that the agency produced its first famous ad: the Pregnant Man for the UK's Health Education Council featuring a man who appeared to be pregnant.