The main objective of Carlyle Europe Partners V will be to generate superior capital appreciation through a focus on European buyout opportunities in the upper mid-market size range and where the potential for a positive “business transformation” can be pursued through leverage of the Carlyle network and capabilities.
A co-investment opportunity to invest through a partnership alongside the Carlyle Europe Real Estate Partners III, L.P in a portfolio (the “White Tower Portfolio”) of five landmark income producing office properties located in central London, U.K.
The secondary market purchase of a private equity fund that invests in funds managed by leading private equity fund managers who specialize in the European middle market.
The Fund’s objective is to generate interest income by making a mezzanine loan to CEREP II in order to provide capital for existing CEREP II investments and other general needs of CEREP II, either directly or through repayment of amounts previously borrowed.
PAI Europe V, L.P. will focus on investing in market-leading companies within the services, capital goods and consumer goods sectors in Europe with enterprise values ranging from €500 million. PAI fundamentally improves each of its portfolio companies by enhancing its strategic value through an industrial approach to delivering profitable growth.
The Fund will specialize in providing liquidity to existing investors in private equity funds and in private equity-backed companies through the purchase of investors’ positions in secondary transactions.
Lyceum will target control investments in platform companies in attractive, fragmented services markets, where consolidation strategies can be actively pursued.
LODH Private Equity is a Swiss-based private equity firm that invests in leading private equity fund managers who specialize in the European middle market and also portfolio companies in the same market segment.
Quadriga Capital III, L.P. is a private equity limited partnership formed to make equity and equity-related investments in medium-sized companies primarily in Germany.
Since 1994, Terra Firma has consistently applied an investment strategy that focuses on identifying and capturing value from companies in out-of-favor sectors that are often overlooked or undervalued by the financial community.