Company Overview of BC Partners
BC Partners is a private equity firm specializing in investments in acquisitions, growth capital, leverage buyouts, buyins, and management buyouts. The firm invests in companies operating across all industries. It typically invests worldwide in companies with significant Europe operations, even if they are based out of Europe/internationally and in Europe with a focus on France, Italy, UK, Germany, Turkey, and Scandinavian countries. It also invests in North America. The firm typically invests in companies with a total value of €500 million ($734.3 million) or more. It prefers to invest between $61.5 million and $615.2 million in companies with enterprise values between $168 million and $250...
40 Portman Square
London, W1H 6DA
Founded in 1986
Key Executives for BC Partners
Co-Managing Partner and Co-Chairman
Managing Partner, Senior Advisor, and Vice Chairman
Managing Partner and Chief for Germany
Managing Partner and Co-Head of Investor Relations
Managing Partner and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
BC Partners Key Developments
Altice Reportedly In Talks To Acquire Suddenlink
May 19 15
Altice S.A. (ENXTAM:ATC) is in advanced talks to acquire Cequel Communications Holdings I, LLC (Suddenlink). A deal would value Suddenlink, which is majority-owned by private-equity firm BC Partners and a Canadian pension fund, at between $8 billion and $10 billion including debt, and could be announced as soon as this week, according to a person familiar with the matter. There is no guarantee the talks won’t fall apart before a deal is reached. Altice has been searching for assets to buy in the U.S. for some time and has looked at several potential targets, other people familiar with the matter said.
Rothschild To Market synlab
May 7 15
BC Partners has put synlab Holding GmbH on the block. Rothschild has been engaged to run process which could be for around €1.8 billion.
BC Partners Puts synlab Holding Up For Sale
Apr 21 15
BC Partners has put synlab Holding GmbH up for sale in a potential deal worth more than €1.5 billion, three people familiar with the matter said. The investor has asked potential bidders, mostly other buyout groups, to hand in tentative offers by May 7, 2015, one of the people said. These groups would likely run into antitrust issues if they tried to buy synlab and are expected to pass on the asset. Private equity groups such as Advent International Corporation, KKR & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR), CVC Capital Partners Limited, EQT Partners AB and Bain Capital, LLC as well as pension funds and sovereign wealth funds are, however, expected to hand in offers, the sources said.
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