Advent International

Founded in 1984, Advent International is one of the largest and most experienced global private equity firms. With offices on four continents, we have established a globally integrated team of over 180 investment professionals, focused on buyouts and growth equity investments in five core sectors. Since initiating our private equity strategy in 1989, we have invested $31 billion in over 310 transactions across 40 countries, and as of June 30, 2016, managed $40 billion in assets. Today, as we did more than 30 years ago, we seek to invest in well-positioned companies and partner with management teams to create value through sustained revenue and earnings growth.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Boston, US
Founded
1984
Size (employees)
588 (est)
Advent International was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Boston, US

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Advent International has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
75 State St

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1984

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These London-based private equity funds are two of the world's most popular

Two London-based private equity houses currently hold the title of managing some of the world's most desirable funds, according to data from private equity marketplace Palico. Investors who purchased stakes through the secondary market in Permira's Europe IV fund and Vitruvian's Investment Partne…

Payments giant Worldpay agrees to a $10B acquisition offer from Vantiv

 A day after payments company Worldpay confirmed that it had been approached by Vantiv and JPMorgan for a possible acquisition, today the company confirmed that it has agreed to the terms of an offer from one of them, Vantiv. The US payments company is offering £3.85 per share, working out to around…

Worldpay, valued at $10B, confirms JPMorgan and Vantiv are trying to buy it

 Some consolidation is underway in the world of payment processing: Worldpay — the giant company that says it processes 31 million mobile, online and in-store transactions daily and competes against the likes of PayPal, Stripe, Square and more in payment processing — is on the block. Today Worldpay …

EU approves sale of French security company Morpho for €2.4 billion

EU antitrust regulators have approved the acquisition of the French security solutions provider Morpho by the US private equity firm Advent International. The deal is said to be worth €2.4 billion. The post EU approves sale of French security company Morpho for €2.4 billion appeared first on Tech.eu…

Unilever explores £6bn sale of brands such as Flora after Kraft Heinz saga

Unilever is exploring the sale of some of its most iconic brands after coming under shareholder pressure over a $143bn takeover bid from Kraft Heinz. Paul Polman, the FTSE 100 firm’s chief executive, is drawing up cost-cutting and restructuring plans, which could lead to the sale of its margarine…

Former Formula One owner and retail boss eyeing The Body Shop

Former L’Occitane boss Emmanuel Osti is plotting a bid for The Body Shop. Osti is working with CVC Capital Partners, which agreed to sell control of Formula One to John Malone’s Liberty Media last year, for the takeover. The Body Shop was put on the market by owners L’oreal last month. The …
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