Investment Summary

Exits Thresher

On June 1, 2007, invested in retailer Thresher from Terra Firma Capital Partners

Investment Highlights
  • This is transaction in the Retail sector.
  • This is transaction in the United Kingdom.

Investment Summary

Date 2007-06-01
Target Thresher
Sector Retail
Sellers(s) Terra Firma Capital Partners
Deal Type Secondary Sale

Target

Thresher

Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
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Thresher is the UK's specialist off-licence (alcohol) retailer with approximately 2,000 stores selling wine, beer and spirits.

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Seller(S) 1

SELLER

Terra Firma Capital Partners

London, United Kingdom

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Category Private Equity Firm
Founded 1994
PE ASSETS 17.0B GBP
Size Mega
Type Sector Agnostic
DESCRIPTION

Terra Firma Capital Partners is a private equity firm that primarily targets distressed 'asset rich' companies in need of management change or operational improvement. Terra Firma also invests in market leading businesses, or platform businesses capable of becoming market-leading businesses through add-on investments. Terra Firma generally looks to invest in businesses headquartered in Western Europe. Terra Firma was originally formed in 1994 and became an independent investment group in 2002. The Firm is based in London.


DEAL STATS #
Overall 7 of 22
Sector (Retail) 1 of 3
Type (Secondary Sale) 1 of 3
Country (United Kingdom) 7 of 15
Year (2007) 1 of 3
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DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
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DATE TARGET DEAL TYPE VALUE
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