Company Overview of PAI Partners
PAI Partners is a private equity firm specializing in leveraged buyouts, buyins, and mature companies transactions. The firm seeks to make controlling investments in leveraged buyouts acquiring majority stakes in mid to large size companies. The firm typically invests in following sectors: food and consumer goods; business services; capital goods; general industrials; healthcare; and retail and distribution. Within the services sector, it focuses its investment activity on the consumer retail industry; professional distribution; building materials, contracting, construction and activities; media; energy sector; electronics, information technology; telecoms sectors; and the business services ...
232 rue de Rivoli
Founded in 1993
Key Executives for PAI Partners
Partner, Chief Investment Officer, and Chief Executive Officer
Partner and Chief Financial Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
PAI Partners Key Developments
PAI Reportedly Drops Sale/Listing Plans For Perstorp
Sep 21 16
PAI Partners has dropped plans to list or divest Perstorp Holding AB and now plans to refinance debts in the amount of about SEK 12 billion, Bloomberg reported citing sources.
SLV Reportely Said to Draw Bids From 3i, Lone Star in $892 Million Sale
Sep 17 16
SLV GmbH, owned by Cinven Limited, drew initial offers from private equity bidders including Lone Star Funds, 3i Group plc (LSE:III) and PAI Partners, Bloomberg cited people familiar with the discussions. Ardian and Pamplona Capital Management, Llc also submitted indicative bids which could fetch more than $892 million. Cinven hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc. find a buyer for the asset. Representatives for Cinven Limited, Pamplona Capital Management, Llc, 3i Group plc, Lone Star Funds, Ardian and Goldman Sachs declined to comment. A representative for PAI Partners didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment
Xella Sale Process Initiated
Sep 8 16
Stake in Xella International GmbH could be sold. Xella International announced that its owners have decided to initiate a sale process. Sources told Reuters in June 2016 that PAI Partners and investment arm of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) have mandated Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to sell Xella after failing to float it in 2015. The sources then stated that the potential sale could fetch more than €1.8 billion.
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