Jersey-based ACP Capital has acquired an approximate 12% stake in Kamps Food Retail Investments, a holding company owned by German food and drink entrepreneur Heiner Kamps. The investment will assist Kamps in raising his majority stake in fish restaurant chain, Nordsee, to 100% via the acquisition of the 20% stake currently held in the company by Japanese bank Nomura. ACP has reportedly committed a total transaction volume of approximately EUR 32.5m in combined equity and mezzanine loans.
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