Company Overview of Phoenix Equity Partners
Phoenix Equity Partners is a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in middle-market management buyouts, late venture, growth capital, buyins, and expansion capital transactions. The firm also assists with growth through acquisitions and joint ventures and provides follow-on investments. It seeks to invest in education; industrials; consumer; healthcare with a focus on specialty pharmaceuticals, outsourcing, and medical equipment and devices; financial services; transport and logistics; and business services sector with a focus on IT services market; media; leisure; and retail. The firm primarily invests in private companies based in the United Kingdom. It typically invests bet...
25 Bedford Street
London, WC2E 9ES
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Phoenix Equity Partners
Partner and Member of the Investment Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Phoenix Equity Partners Key Developments
Four Firms Are Reportedly Battling To Buy Riviera Travel for £120 million
Nov 18 14
Equistone Partners Europe Limited, Phoenix Equity Partners, Bridgepoint Advisers Limited and LDC (Managers) Limited
are keen on acquiring Riviera Tours Ltd. for around £120 million, according to the Sunday Times. PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance is believed to be acting as financial advisor for Riviera.
Phoenix Equity Partners Appoints Warwick Nash as Operating Director
Mar 5 14
Phoenix Equity Partners has appointed Warwick Nash as operating director. Prior to joining Phoenix, Nash has held a number of senior operational management roles, including regional president of DBM, regional CEO of Millward Brown.
Phoenix Equity Partners Appoints Jim Sumner as Chairman of Capital Investment in Andrew Page
Feb 27 14
Phoenix Equity Partners announced the appointment of Jim Sumner as Chairman of Andrew Page and the investment of significant new capital, alongside other shareholders, for the continued growth of the business. Jim Sumner has held a number of chairmanships, prior to which he was Chief Executive of Optare and Leyland Trucks, both of which had substantial parts operations. Jim succeeds Duncan Wilkes following his appointment as Chief Executive of Micheldever.
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