Inflexion has exited Glide, a UK infrastructure provider to difficult to serve markets – like high-density accommodation – to US infrastructure investor Alinda Capital, generating a return of over 3x.
The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm focused on the smaller end of the middle market, has signed a definitive agreement to sell ActivStyle, a distributor of consumable medical supplies with an emphasis on incontinence products, to AdaptHealth Corp.
Horizon Capital has exited Connexas Group to AddSecure, a European provider of solutions for secure data and critical communications.
Invision has sold Vantage Education, a Swiss provider of higher education programmes, to a group of Swiss investors, but the company will continue to be led by the existing management team.
LitCapital, a dedicated private equity growth investor in the Baltics, has made its sixth successful exit in a row selling its holding in NNL LT, a logistics service provider focused on temperature-controlled goods, operating in Lithuania and Latvia.
CEE-focused Mezzanine Management has fully exited its investment in European contract research organisation Optimapharm by selling it to The Rohatyn Group.
A majority (83 per cent) of private equity GPs do not expect to make a portfolio exit within the next 12 months in the Covid-19 environment, a new report by Investec reveals.
Inverness Graham, a private investment firm targeting software, service and tech-enabled manufacturing companies, has sold Kalkomey Enterprises (Kalkomey).
Glennmont Partners, a fund manager focused exclusively on investing in clean energy infrastructure, has agreed to the sale of a 15 per cent minority stake in Project Piiparinmäki, a 211.4mw wind farm, to Kansai Electric Power Company.
Keensight Capital, a private equity manager focused on pan-European growth buyouts, has completed the sale of smartTrade, a multi-asset electronic solutions firm.
Earlier this year, Keensight Capital had announced that it had entered into an agreement to exit smartTrade Technologies.