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Stewart Group managing director John Notman-Watt led a management buyout of the company in 2006, backed by Close Brothers Private Equity (CBPE).
Grove Industries was formed when Mr Grove led his first management buy-in with financial backing provided by Close Brothers private equity.
United International Bank, a Shari'a compliant investment bank headquartered in Bahrain, recently announced its acquisition of the UK based BWA Water Additives (BWA), a leading water treatment solution provider from Close Brothers Private Equity LLP.
The takeover was backed by London-based Close Brothers Private Equity (CBPE) and was funded by a banking club led by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Fishers, whose North of England operations are run from Newcastle, and which also has sites in Cupar, Aberfeldy, Perth and Glasgow, was bought by Close Brothers Private Equity from the Fisher family in 2004.
The company, which is 75%-owned by Close Brothers Private Equity (CBPE) Capital, saw profit rise 69% in the two years to June, 2008.
5 million acquistion of national training company Protocol Skills for Close Brothers Private Equity.
Close Brothers Private Equity (CBPE) is looking for people with a deep understanding of the region's business scene to join its team of industrial managers or `serial entrepreneurs'.
Close Brothers Private Equity is backing the acquisition - announced yesterday - which could lead to fresh speculation of further disposals by AB Foods.
NASDAQ:SVNT), a specialty pharmaceutical company engaged in developing, manufacturing, and marketing pharmaceutical products that address unmet medical needs, today announced that it has completed the sale of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Rosemont Pharmaceuticals Ltd, to an entity affiliated with Close Brothers Private Equity for $176 million.
NORTH Wales-based global chemicals group Warwick International has been bought by its management team in a pounds 129m deal backed by London-based Close Brothers Private Equity and a banking syndicate led by The Royal Bank of Scotland.