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
PAI Likely To Sell Hunkemoller
Apr 22 15
PAI Partners is considering selling Hunkemoller B.V. for which it has reportedly hired JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) to lead the process. JPMorgan believes a sale could fetch some €500 million.
ECI Partners Leads In the Race For Evans
Apr 11 15
Private equity players ECI Partners LLP reportedly leads the bid for F.W. Evans Cycles (UK) Ltd. ECI Partners have broken away from the peloton of rival bidders including PAI Partners, Equistone Partners Europe and Graphite Capital Management LLP in the final sprint to clinch a deal that values the business for around £100 million. Active Private Equity Advisory LLP had tasked advisers with preparing options for Evans Cycles at the beginning of 2015.
PAI And Goldman Sachs Reportedly Mulls IPO For Xella
Mar 25 15
PAI Partners and The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) are considering stock market listing or sale of Xella International GmbH in an approximately €2.5 billion deal, sources informed Reuters. PAI and Goldman Sachs have asked Rothschild to explore options for Xella, with an IPO in 2016 being seen as the more likely path, sources added. Rothschild, PAI and Goldman Sachs declined to comment to Reuters.
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