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ADP II and AfricInvest complete CMGP and CAS merger

ADP II and AfricInvest complete CMGP and CAS merger

African Development Partners II (ADP II), a fund advised by Development Partners International (DPI), and AfricInvest, a longstanding pan-African alternative investment platform with local teams in more than 10 offices across Africa, Europe and the Middle East, have complete the merger of Compagnie Marocaine de Goutte à Goutte et de Pompage (CMGP) with Comptoir Agricole du Souss (CAS), creating a new leader in Moroccan and African agriculture, which will be known as CMGP-CAS.

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Genstar Capital and TA Associates merge portfolio companies

Genstar Capital and TA Associates merge portfolio companies

Genstar Capital and TA Associates have signed a definitive agreement to merge their portfolio companies, Compusoft, an international provider of specialised visual Configure, Price, Quote (vCPQ) software to key retail and manufacturing industries, and 2020 Technologies (2020), a provider of specialised computer-aided design (CAD), configure, price, quote (CPQ) and enterprise solutions dedicated to interior design, space planning and furniture manufacturing industries.

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Charterhouse Capital Partners-backed Mirion to list on NYSE via combination with GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II

Charterhouse Capital Partners-backed Mirion to list on NYSE via combination with GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II

Private equity firm Charterhouse Capital Partners portfolio company Mirion Technologies (Mirion) has entered into a Business Combination Agreement with GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II (GSAH), which would see the Company list on the New York Stock Exchange. 

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Babylon Holdings to merge with Akuri Global Acquisition Corp

Babylon Holdings to merge with Akuri Global Acquisition Corp

Babylon Holdings Limited (Babylon), a digital-first value-based care company, and Alkuri Global Acquisition Corp (Alkuri Global), a special purpose acquisition company, today announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will operate as Babylon and plans to trade on Nasdaq under the new symbol “BBLN”. The transaction reflects an initial pro forma equity value of approximately USD4.2 billion. The transaction is expected to close in the second half of 2021.