Thursday, November 15, 2018
Kodak’s Flexo business

Montagu carves out Kodak’s flexographic packaging division

The business will operate as its own standalone company following the takeover. The incumbent Kodak’s flexo business management team will stay on after the deal.

Inverleith acquires chocolatier Montezuma’s

Founded by husband-and-wife team Helen and Simon Pattinson in 2000, Montezuma's has grown from a single shop in Brighton into one of the largest independent artisanal chocolatiers in the UK

Vaaka Partners acquires Nordic Healthcare Group

Based in Helsinki, Nordic Healthcare currently operates throughout Finland, Sweden and Denmark, employing around 100 people.

Aurelius picks up Norwegian auto part wholesaler Hellanor

Hellanor has been carved out of Nordic Forum Holding, a fully-owned subsidiary of German automotive supplier Hella GmbH & Co.

Riverside’s oil and gas e-educator Mintra makes second bolt-on

The Riverside Company acquired Norwegian business Mintra in 2014 and bolted on OCS HR in 2016.

Avedon’s Kinly acquires visuals company MK2

Following the deal audio visual group Kinly will employ 600 staff across offices in Norway, the UK, US, Singapore and the Netherlands.

Signs of LP parity “being eroded”, says research

The principle that LPs investing in private equity funds should be treated "fairly, impartially and equally" regardless of factors such as investment size is being "eroded", says new research from asset management consultancy MJ Hudson.

ECI Partners backs outsourced communications provider Moneypenny

Moneypenny provides a range of businesses, from sole traders to multi-nationals, with outsourced telephone answering, live chat, switchboard and other tech-enabled services.

One Equity exits chemicals company PeroxyChem in $625m trade sale

US-headquartered PeroxyChem has eight production sites worldwide, located in Germany, Spain and Thailand, as well as the US, and employs roughly 600 people.

EQT-backed Apleona sells its subsidiary GVA to trade buyer

EQT acquired a 49 per cent stake German-headquartered Apleona in September 2016. GVA has 1,500 employees based out of its 15 offices in the UK, Ireland and Poland.
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