In August 2010, KRG Capital acquired Fort Dearborn in a secondary leveraged buyout. ICG provided mezzanine debt and equity to support the buyout.
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Initially investing in TeamSystem in 2004, ICG then supported the tertiary buyout by HG Capital in 2010, acting as sole arranger of the mezzanine and PIK facilities.
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In March 2008 ICG provided mezzanine debt and equity to support Vestar Capital Partners and management in a buyout of Press Ganey.
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ICG completed its investment in the Jersey based business CPA Global taking a significant minority equity stake in February 2010.
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In mid 2010 ICG made a full exit from its investment in Sébia, a French manufacturer of medical diagnosis equipment.
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Visma was acquired in 2006 by Hg Capital in a public to private in which ICG provided mezzanine, senior equity and equity financing.
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ICG is agent and largest holder of the senior warranted mezzanine facility.
Read the Mayborn case study
In 2007 Elis was sold to Eurazeo in a tertiary buyout where ICG worked alongside the arranging bank and the sponsor to restructure the overall financing.
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ICG first invested in a recapitalisation of Motip Dupli in October 2003.
Read the Motip Dupli case study
In 2007 ICG invested in Bureau van Dijk (BvD), a leading publisher of company information and business intelligence.
Read the Bureau van Dijk case study
In January 2010 ICG made a full exit from its investment in Marken. ICG’s relationship with the company dates back to 2006.
Read the Marken case study
Our investment portfolio is highly diversified by sector and has a defensive bias. Our largest sector is business services.
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