Company Overview of CHAMP Private Equity
CHAMP Private Equity is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in early stage, growth capital, expansion, and buyout investments in middle market companies. The firm prefers to invest in the industrials, distribution, health, education, biotechnology, IT, financial services, food products, beverages, and telecommunications sectors. It typically invest in companies based in Australasia with a focus on Australia, Singapore, Southeast Asia, Asia, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand. The firm ideally invests between A$50 million ($46.4 million) and A$200 million ($185.58 million) in companies with enterprise values between A$50 million ($52.58 million) and A$750 million ($757.81 mi...
31 Alfred Street
Level 4 Customs House
Sydney, NSW 2000
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for CHAMP Private Equity
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Member of the Board of Directors, and Member of Investment Committee
Executive Chairman and Founding Partner
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
CHAMP Private Equity Key Developments
CHAMP Reportedly Interested In Costa
Apr 15 15
CHAMP Private Equity is believed to be interested in acquiring Costa Pty Ltd. CHAMP is currently on the look out for acquisitions.
OOHMedia Group Cuts IPO Size, Price
Nov 27 14
OOHMedia Group Ltd. has cut its initial public offering (IPO) price by more than 20%. It has reprices to AUD 1.93 per share from AUD 2.45 per share to AUD 2.85 per share, so now it is raising AUD 169 million instead of AUD 247 million. CHAMP Private Equity is not selling any stock in the IPO. Macquarie Capital and JP Morgan will be managing the offers.
CHAMP May Receive Bids For Alleasing
Nov 19 14
Bank of Queensland Ltd. (ASX:BOQ), FlexiGroup Limited (ASX:FXL), Macquarie Group Limited (ASX:MQG) and Pepper Australia Pty Ltd may bid for Alleasing Pty Ltd. for about AUD 400 million.
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