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Company Overview of Mid Europa Partners LLP

Company Overview

Mid Europa Partners LLP is a private equity firm specializing in private buyouts, corporate divestitures, public to private transactions, and privatizations, corporate disposals, buyouts, and replacement capital transactions, post-privatization, private mergers and acquisitions, investments alongside strategic partners, and large scale expansions in middle market and mature companies. It also provides capital for add-on-acquisitions. The firm does not invest in firms engaged in military, tobacco, hard spirits and gambling. It invests in telecommunication services and media including fixed line, wireless, cable television, Pay TV, broadcasting, printing and publishing; transportation and logi...

161 Brompton Road

London,  SW3 1EX

United Kingdom

Founded in 1999

Phone:

44 20 7886 3600

Fax:

44 20 7886 3639

Key Executives for Mid Europa Partners LLP

Founding Partner, Managing Partner, Chairman of Investment Committee, and Chairman of Management Committee
Age: 59
Partner and Chief Operating Officer
Senior Partner
Senior Partner
Senior Partner
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Mid Europa Partners LLP Key Developments

DANUBE Mulls Acquisitions

Mid Europa Partners LLP intends acquisitions through DANUBE Foods d.o.o. Mid Europa Director, Andrej Babache told SeeNews in a recent interview that “the equity firm sees DANUBE as a platform for regional expansion, be that organic or through mergers and acquisitions.”

Danube Foods Reportedly Mulls Acquisition of Imlek and Bambi

Danube Foods Group B.V. is reportedly seeking acquisition of stake in AD Imlek (BELEX:IMLK)and Bambi a.d. (BELEX:BMBI). Danube Foods Group, which is being acquired by private equity firm Mid Europa Partners LLP, plans to launch buyout bids for Serbian dairy firm AD Imlek and confectionery maker Bambi a.d. in partnership with several other firms, possibly acting on behalf of Mid Europa, Belgrade stock exchange data showed. Adriatic Minorityco 001 said in two separate stock exchange filings late on February 3, 2015, that it intends to launch the two buyout bids together with Danube Foods, Adriatic BidCo B.V., and Diandra Corporation N.V. Danube Foods Group added it will submit a request to Serbia's securities commission to allow it to start the procedures in the next 15 days. Among the named bidders, only Danube Foods is an existing shareholder of Imlek, controlling a stake of 80.44%. Therefore, the bid will target buying out the remaining 19.56%. As far as Bambi is concerned, Adriatic Minorityco 001 is acting jointly with Imlek, Adriatic BidCo and Diandra Corporation. The only existing shareholder in Bambi is Imlek, with a stake of 66%. The bid will target the remaining 34%.

Mid Europa Mulls Acquisitions

Robert Knorr, Senior Partner of Mid Europa Partners LLP said, "Danube Foods Group represents an excellent fit with Mid Europa's investment strategy - it has a unique portfolio of iconic brands with regional reach, which we are excited to support through capital investment or through organic and acquisitive growth."

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Merger/Acquisition
December 18, 2014
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