AAMGC

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AAMGCAberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital (UK)
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We have backed a first-rate team who have built a market-leading business which is exceptionally well-placed for future growth." Freeth Cartwright partner John Heaphy said: "It is encouraging in these tough times to see private equity houses such as LDC continuing to invest in resilient and profitable businesses, giving management the opportunity to take a stake in their future and become masters of their own destiny." In recent months, Lee Clifford and Freeth Cartwright banking partner Phil Baigent have also advised the Birmingham office of Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital (AAMGC) on its pounds 10m cash injection into West Midlands-based Lawrence Recycling and Waste Management.
INVESTMENT company Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital have sold their interest in Mining Communications to a consortium of investors, making a profit for clients of pounds 1.95million.
Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital, Barclays Bank, and Advantage Transition Bridge Fund supported the deal.
Funding boost: David Lawrence and Calvin Williams (Lawrence Recycling and Waste Management), Gary Ecob (Orbis Partners) and Andrew Ferguson (Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital)
Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital has clinched a pounds 2 million follow on investment in Birmingham-based Transys Holdings which will enable the group to expand its commercial activities.
Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital, based at Cornwall Street in Birmingham, has also invested pounds 1 million, which follows their founding investment of pounds 4 million into the company during April and June.
The Birmingham office of Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital has announced the sale of its interests in TMI Foods.
The move has been backed by Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital.
Birmingham-based Andrew Ferguson and John Connolly led the investment on behalf of Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital, with the former joining the Homelux Nenplas board.
Homelux Nenplas, which is based in Ashbourne, has been backed by the Birmingham office of Aberdeen Asset Managers Growth Capital, with bank finance being provided by Yorkshire Bank.
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