AMJPE

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AMJPEAberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity (UK)
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The Birmingham office of Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity has backed a major greetings cards company in a deal valued at pounds 13.5 million.
Middlesbrough-based Zero Waste, which manages waste disposal sites, is now part of the AIM-listed Augean group after venture capitalists 3i and Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity (AMJPE) sold their combined 60pc stake in the business.
It was bought by its management team from Alldays in 2001 using financial support from Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity. Plans at the time were to grow the business to more than 100 stores by 2006.
HOME furnishings chain Textyle World has had a pounds 1.25m cash injection from Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity. Managing director Mark Reid says the move will give the East Kilbride-based firm "market credibility" to expand.
Mr Harry Jeavons-Fellows, head of the group's Birmingham office, Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity (AMJPE), said the market for his arm of the business remained challenging.
Andy Needham, a former investment director at the Leeds office of venture capital group Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity, has taken a share in Morris & Son.
Mr Tipper is the North West-based director of the private equity division of Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity. This group has seven regional offices (because it is in the regions that the smaller businesses that need its cash are to be found) and 31 staff.
Firstline was bought back from the receivers with the backing of Birmingham-based Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity in December 2000.
ABERDEEN MURRAY JOHNSTONE PRIVATE EQUITY has announced that John Connolly has joined the Birmingham office as a senior investment manager.
Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity has announced the sale of its stake in Midlands firm Intron to the Laird Group in a deal worth pounds 11.6 million.
Mr Hodson led a previous acquisition of Laurel in 1995, backed by Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity and 3i.
The Birmingham office of Aberdeen Murray Johnstone Private Equity, part of Aberdeen Asset Managers, has backed a management team that bought London-based Mining Journal through a newly-formed company, Mining Communications.
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