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Lyceum Capital, the growth investor, is delighted to announce six new hires to support its future expansion.
In less than three months Bellrock acquires Concerto, Stanley Hicks, Property Solutions, Dawn and RBK Mechanical Bellrock, the technology-enabled property and facilities manager, has recently completed a series of five add-on acquisitions. Bellrock is backed by Lyceum Capital, the growth investor, which first invested in the company in 2013.
Three-year commitment will support initiatives and projects in the UK, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Kenya Lyceum team will also be lending its expertise to help Hope for Children improve regular donation levels Lyceum Capital, the growth investor, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Hope for Children, the international charity that supports vulnerable children by improving their access to education and healthcare, through empowering their families to support themselves.
Lyceum Capital, the growth investor, announces that it is expanding its focus within the UK regions by appointing Martin Cordey to its team. Martin will work on developing relationships and deal opportunities for the firm in the Midlands. The move comes as midlands based Lyceum-backed facilities management group Bellrock completed its fourth add-on acquisition in recent weeks, including the 100th add on for Lyceum as a firm. Bellrock was acquired by Lyceum in 2013 and recently moved its headquarters to Leicester city centre.
Lyceum Capital, the growth investor, is pleased to announce that it has realised its investment in Adapt, the award-winning managed infrastructure services provider and cloud integrator. The company has been sold to Datapipe, a U.S. based pioneer of managed services for private, public and hybrid cloud platforms.
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UK Lower Middle Market sees 40 Private Equity investments in the first half of the year with a total value of £1.63bn Significant uplift in activity in the second quarter of the year, with 23 of 40 deals completed in the three months to June Despite heightened market uncertainty in the run up to the UK’s EU referendum, investor appetite for UK-based SMEs in the first half of 2016 was on a par with 2015, signalling that investor confidence is still strong.