A former long-standing AMP Capital senior manager has joined an alternatives investment firm as product director. : A former long-standing AMP Capital senior manager has joined an alternatives investment firm as product director. Mark Leslie joined Brookvine and is responsible for client and investor relationships with a particular focus on debt related strategies. Departing in 2015, Leslie spent about 40 years at AMP Capital across a range of roles, including manager, AMP Life Projects and Implementation, relationship manager of AMP Investments, and as a senior fund manager. Brookvine has also appointed a marketing director.
SINGAPORE/COPENHAGEN, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Private equity firm EQT has put Denmark-based Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), the world's largest regional aircraft lessor, up for sale just 2-1/2 years after buying a majority stake in the company, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Throughout 2016 and 2017, we published a multi-part series highlighting leading private equity funds in healthcare. This publication is Part VI in that series. These investors are primarily funds that focus largely on growth-stage, buyout and...By: McGuireWoods LLP.
Harbor Associates and Goldman Sachs Asset Management Private Real Estate have acquired Valencia, California-based The Commons, a two-building 156,628-square-foot office campus for $33.1 million. And in a separate [...]
The billionaire is in talks to sell his Arcadia Group, the owner of Topshop, to Chinese textile giant Shandong Ruyi, according to the Sunday Times. A sale would be expensive for Green because the conglomerate has big pension liabilities relative to its potential value. But the alternative -- heavy investment across his businesses -- will be just as costly and unpalatable. Topshop had an enterprise value of 2 billion pounds ($2.8 billion) in 2012, when Green sold a 25 percent stake in the chain to U.S. private equity group Leonard Green & Partners.
* Siemens says to float "significant" minority stake (Adds details in timing, debt): FRANKFURT, Feb 19 (Reuters) - German engineering group Siemens on Monday announced plans to float its medical imaging and diagnostics business Healthineers on the Frankfurt stock exchange, putting it on track for a listing in late March. Siemens said the initial public offering (IPO) was due some time in first half of 2018, but the so-called "intention to float" statement typically sets up companies to go public about four weeks later.
Wyndham Worldwide Announces Agreement To Sell Its European Vacation Rental Business To Platinum Equity | Traveldailynews International
In conjunction with the sale, the European vacation rental business has entered into a 20-year agreement under which it will pay a royalty fee of 1% of net revenue to Wyndham's hotel business for the right to use the by Wyndham Vacation Rentals endorser brand.
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A new report published by the Copenhagen Business School looks into the consequence of private equity investment on an industry-by-industry basis. The authors find that "industries where private equity funds invest grow more quickly [than others] in terms of total production and employment, and appear less exposed to aggregate shocks."Read More.
SAO PAULO, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Apollo Global Management LLC has agreed to acquire a 20 percent stake in Brazilian special situations investment firm Starboard Restructuring Partners, the two firms said in a statement on Friday.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) inked a deal to sell its U.S. public sector business unit to Veritas Capital Fund Management, L.L.C., a private equity firm. Post-deal, the business unit will be renamed and run as a separate company. PwC's public sector business services U.S. federal government clients such as the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, [...]