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 Executive Officer, and Chairman
Partner, Chief Investment Officer, and Chairman of the Investment Committee
Partner and Chief Financial Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
PAI Partners Key Developments
Bankers Prepare €200 million debt for PAI's AS Adventure Bid
Jan 28 15
Bankers are working on debt financing packages of around €200 million to back PAI Partners' potential acquisition of A.S.Adventure n.v., banking sources said. Lion Capital LLP is now considering a sale of which could fetch around €400 million, the sources said. Lion Capital and PAI declined to comment.
Funds Reportedly Line Up Bids For Refresco Gerber
Jan 21 15
Refresco Gerber B.V. has attracted bids from three private equity funds valuing the business at around €1.5 billion, sources familiar with the process said. PAI Partners, Pamplona Capital Management LLP and Platinum Equity, LLC have emerged as the only bidders left in the second round of an auction, with a late February 2015 deadline, the sources said. Its adviser JPMorgan aims to wrap up the process in around a month, two of the sources said. A spokesman for PAI declined to comment while representatives at Refresco Gerber, Pamplona and Platinum were not immediately available for comment. A spokeswoman for JPMorgan declined to comment.
Qatari Family Reportedly Eyes Pepe Jeans
Dec 1 14
The Qatari royal family is leading the race to acquire Pepe Jeans, S.L. Pepe expects to fetch €700 million from the sale, several sources close to the auction process said. The offers are expected to be submitted in around three weeks, one of the sources said. The offer will be made by the Qatari royal family through Mayhoola for Investments S.P.C "The Qataris are well positioned in the race for Pepe as they're the only bidder willing to pay a big cheque," the source said. The advisor for Pepe has received indicative offers in October 2014 from a series of financial investors including Permira Advisers Ltd., KKR & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR), PAI Partners, and Cinven, a second source said. The highest bid came in at €730 million, the source said. Morgan Stanley has been hired by Pepe. Reuters added that Representatives at Pepe Jeans and Mayhoola were not available for comment. A spokesman for Morgan Stanley declined to comment.
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