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Bregal Sagemount invests in chemicals intel specialist

Growth-focused private equity firm Bregal Sagemount, is acquiring a minority stake in Enhesa, a provider of regulatory and sustainability intelligence from ICG, with existing investor CGE Partners retaining its majority stake in the company. 

Growth-focused private equity firm Bregal Sagemount (Sagemount), is acquiring a minority stake in Enhesa, a provider of regulatory and sustainability intelligence from ICG, with existing investor CGE Partners (CGE) retaining its majority stake in the company. 

Financial terms of the transaction have not been disclosed although the deal reportedly values the business at between €300 million and €500 million.

Enhesa, which is headquartered in Brussels with a US presence in Arlington, Virginia, provides multinational corporations with access to data sets, AI-powered analytics, and subject matter experts in the areas of global operations, product, and chemicals management compliance and sustainability. 

Sagemount’s investment was led by Pavan Tripathi, Sandeep Swaminathan, David Greenbaum, Harrison Boyajian, and Stephanie Li. Sagemount was advised by Raymond James and Goodwin Procter. Enhesa and CGE were advised by Houlihan Lokey and Travers Smith.
 

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