Terra Firma Capital Partners Limited is a private equity firm specializing in investments in real estate investing, middle markets, mergers and acquisitions, mature, turnarounds, and buyouts of large, asset rich, complex businesses in need of operational and strategic change, and businesses requiring fundamental change. It seeks to invest in those companies which have been under-managed or under-capitalized. The firm focuses on investments in renewable energy, aircraft leasing, real estate, insurance, financial services, retailing, entertainment services services which includes cinemas, garden centres, hotels, restaurants, enterprise software, renewable infrastructure, energy and utilities, ...
2 More London Riverside
London, SE1 2AP
Founded in 1994
Institutional Investors Reportedly Mulls Acquisition Of Autobahn Tank & Rast
Mar 29 15
GIC Pte. Ltd., Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Ventures are reportedly seeking acquisition of Autobahn Tank & Rast GmbH from Terra Firma Capital Partners Limited.
Odeon To Be Sold In 2015
Feb 26 15
Terra Firma Capital Partners Limited intends to sell Odeon and UCI Cinemas Holdings Limited. The sale could be done towards the end of 2015 in a potential £1 billion deal, Guy Hands, Chairman, said. "We will look to begin the process to sell Odeon towards the end of the year," he said. "We are likely to appoint banks by May. Possible buyers could include US cinema groups or South American cinema firms and private equity groups from Europe, the US and China," he said. He also added that a stock market listing is also an option although the asset may lack scale for such a deal. Terra Firma could sell the cinema to Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE:RGC) and Cinemark Holdings Inc. (NYSE:CNK) or Grupo Severiano Ribeiro. Odeon may catch the eye of Vue Entertainment Limited and Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties Co., Ltd. (SEHK:3699).
Terra Firma Seeks To Sell Stake In Tank & Rast
Jan 13 15
Terra Firma Capital Partners Limited seeks to sell the stake in Autobahn Tank & Rast GmbH in a potential €2 billion deal, people familiar reported. Terra Firma asked Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan to explore options for the sale.