Company Overview of LBO France
LBO France is a private equity firm specializing in investments in middle market buyouts, small cap buyouts, real estate, industry consolidation, and secondary debt. In secondary debt, the firm focuses on buying discounted leveraged buyouts debt issued by European companies. The firm prefers to invest in subsidiaries of major groups or family-owned companies and focuses on all manufacturing and service sectors. It seeks to invest in energy; physical, engineering and life science research; consumer discretionary; consumer staples; healthcare; instruments for measuring and testing of electrical signals; measurement, display, and control of process variables; totalizing fluid meters and countin...
148 Rue de l'Université
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for LBO France
Chief Executive Officer, President, Chairman of Management Board, and Member of Executive Committee
Head of LBO Small Cap Hexagone, Partner, and Member of Executive Committee
Head of Real Estate, Partner, and Member of Executive Committee
Head of LBO Portfolio Management, Partner, and Member of Executive Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
LBO France Key Developments
LBO France May Sell Kooples
Feb 2 14
LBO France which owns 20% of The Kooples Diffusion SAS, might be looking to sell it, some private equity firms believe.
LBO France Appoints Etienne Colas as Managing Director within the Operating Team
Sep 10 13
LBO France has appointed Etienne Colas as managing director within the operating team. Colas joins Guy Latourrette, former chief executive of La Redoute and Devanlay-Lacoste, and Gilles Taldu, partner and member of LBO France's executive board and former manager of Thomson and Capgemini.
Investors Reportedly Eyes Nocibe
Jun 12 13
Nocibé France Distribution SAS has received two takeover bids by Douglas Holding AG (DB:DOU) and LBO France in a partnership with Fosun International Limited (SEHK:656), Le Figaro said without naming its sources. Offer of Douglas seems more attractive since it is supported by its owner, Advent International Corporation. Douglas has not decided yet whether to merge the two chains, if its bid succeeds, according to unnamed source. LBO France and Fosun have not signed any agreement yet, Le Figaro said, since Fosun is still studying Nocibe's potential for development in China. According to Seenews, LBO France's spokesperson declined to comment. Nocibé's owner, Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP is searching for a way to refinance Nocibe's debt without selling it and it is still expecting another offer by LBO France. Thus it extended the deadline for offers to the end of June, 2013. Charterhouse is advised by Lazard and Morgan Stanley.
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