AUSTRIA - CVC Capital Partners eyes up Böhler Uddeholm
CVC Capital Partners has confirmed that it is considering a takeover of the listed Austrian steel group Böhler Uddeholm. Rumours suggested that the financial investor was already in negotiations to purchase the near 21 per cent strategic holding owned by a pool of local investors, that have until now made the Austrian group takeover-proof. CVC has declined to give further indications on any potential offer price, but stated it would be in line with the Austrian group’s results and share price development over recent months.
Adams Street secures USD 3.2bn for newest secondaries programme amid LP stakes dealflow uptick
Private markets investor has seen LP stakes increase as a proportion of its deployment over the past year, partner Jeff Akers said
Purple Ventures plans EUR 30m-EUR 40m fund to invest across CEE
Early-stage investor expects to hold a EUR 20m-plus first close for its second fund by Q1 2024
Bewater Funds nears EUR 7m close for second fund, aims to back 20 companies in next four years
Bewater II FCRE takes minority stakes (5%-25%) with tickets of EUR 500,000-EUR 2m, and it has already made three investments.
Unquote Private Equity Podcast: In conversation with... Fabio Ranghino, Ambienta
In an interview with Unquote, Ranghino discusses topics including ESG and the next phase of Ambienta’s growth