THCP is pleased to announce its investment in Sigma Retail Solutions. Sigma is a leading provider of outsourced solutions to blue chip retailers across the UK, Europe and Australia. The company offers a wide range of services from procurement to project delivery and supply chain solutions of various specialist fixtures and fittings.
Following the successful approval of Byron’s CVA by the nearly unanimous vote of its creditors, the company will be able to exit 15 to 20 underperforming restaurants. This will allow Byron to refocus its efforts on its core profitable estate, and represents an important milestone in the repositioning of the company.
Three Hills Capital Partners is pleased to announce that, following the Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of Space3, the shareholders have approved a Business Combination and Merger with Aquafil, a Three Hills Capital Partners portfolio company.
Three Hills Capital Partners is pleased to announce its participation in a c. €100m convertible loan note issuance by its existing portfolio company, Building Energy, to support the company’s continued growth.
Simon Cope joins as Managing Director of Byron from Wagamama where, over the past four years, he played a significant role in the turnaround that has seen double digit like-for-like growth for the last three consecutive years.
Three Hills Capital Partners is pleased to announce the closing of a €15.0 million preferred capital investment in Pelostop, a leading provider of laser hair removal services headquartered in Barcelona.
Dalton Philips and Andrew Manders have been appointed as the new non-executive Chairman and CEO respectively of Byron Hamburgers following the decision by the founder, Tom Byng, to leave the business early 2017.
Three Hills Capital Partners is pleased to announce the signing of a binding agreement on July 8th between HC Leo and Ardian, a pan-European private equity fund, to sell its stake and its debt position in Dedalus Holding, owner of Dedalus Spa.
Genius Sports Group, together with the American Gaming Association, on the 20th April 2016 hosted a briefing to explain the issues and opportunities offered by legal and regulated sports betting in the United States.
Two new rooftop solar arrays to be hosted atop two buildings of the historic US university. Through the already-constructed plants and those under development, Cornell University will reduce its CO2 emissions by more than 250,000 metric tons over the next 30 years.