GBCP

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GBCPGestion Budgétaire et Comptable Publique (French: Budget Management and Public Accounting)
GBCPGranville Baird Capital Partners (UK)
GBCPGénétique, Biologie Cellulaire et Pathologies (French: Genetics, Cell Biology and Pathology)
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-12 February 2007-Coloplast A/S divests Breast Cancer business unit to Granville Baird Capital Partners Advisors Ltd(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Equity finance was provided by Granville Baird Capital Partners, and loan and working capital finance by Royal Bank of Scotland.
He is from Southport and was formerly a Director of Manchester based Granville Baird Capital Partners where he spent the last eight years managing a range of funds of between pounds 12m and pounds 100m.
He has spent the last two years with Granville Baird Capital Partners, and was also previously with Ernst & Young in the Corporate Finance team.
Private equity firm Granville Baird Capital Partners, which is located in Worcester, invested pounds 9 million to help chief executive David Savage and other members of the management team acquire the business.
He joins the Liverpool based organisation after six years as the Manchesterbased Northern Director of Granville Baird Capital Partners. There he was responsible for sourcing high growth investment opportunities for both national and regional funds.
It follows Granville Baird Capital Partners' initial investment of pounds 5.5 million, which funded PRG's acquisition of Supply Desk, the education staffing specialist, in October.
Phillip Duquenoy, a spokesman for Granville Baird Capital Partners, said: 'The acquisition provides an excellent opportunity to significantly grow the revenue and profit of the enlarged group.'
West Midlands Internet specialist firm WeSupply is back on the growth trail after landing a pounds 3 million investment boost from private equity firm Granville Baird Capital Partners.
Paul Heaven, WeSupply's managing director, said: 'We are delighted that Granville Baird Capital Partners have supported our growth plans.
He added: 'The Granville Baird Capital Partners team impressed us in the depth of their knowledge of our sector and their breadth of relevant networks throughout Europe and North America.
Adam Attwood, investment director for Isis in Birmingham, said: Together, they have a skill set to help drive the business forward.' Granville Baird Capital Partners, which originally invested pounds 4 million in R&R in 2000, contributed a further pounds 2,000 to the second phase capital.