Tuesday, September 19, 2017
CPA Global

How Cinven made a €1bn capital gain from CPA

Cinven raked in more than a €1bn from its sale of CPA Global. Managing partner Stuart McAlpine tells Real Deals how his firm applied a familiar blueprint to the deal.

The 20 most influential people in private equity today

Real Deals runs the rule over the GPs, LPs and advisers pulling the strings across the private equity industry.
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Level 20’s new projects to tackle private equity’s lack of women

Women in private equity body Level 20 will launch a new German chapter and publish research into careers in the industry this autumn.

How private equity could benefit from artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is revolutionising the way we work. From backing AI pioneers to smarter deal origination, the opportunity for private equity firms is immense.

Vallis Capital banks 3.8x on genetics testing exit

The Portuguese private equity firm sold CGC Genetics to strategic buyer Unilab.

GED Capital taps the preventive medicine sector

The firm has acquired Vitro Group and intends to take the business into Latin America.
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A private equity yacht investment that could finally succeed

Private equity investments in the yacht business have often failed, but French firm Next Stage aims to do better with Dream Yacht Charter's different approach.
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Why private equity fell in love with payment processing

Nordic Capital's sale of Bambora, described as a "start-up on steriods", is the latest example of private equity cashing in on payment processing.
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Investing in a legendary salmon entrepreneur

Nordic private equity firm Summa has acquired Milarex, a new salmon-processing business from the founder of the world’s biggest maker of salmon products.

The impact of the August slowdown and what to do about it

August has always been the time of year for private equity to take a breather. But in an industry becoming more competitive, can dealmakers still afford to sign off for summer?
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