Investec provides debt facilities to support investment in Equiom

13 Jun 2019

Investec Growth & Leveraged Finance has provided super senior debt facilities to support the newly established partnership between Equiom, Värde Partners and LDC.

The funding package will enable future expansion, in line with Equiom’s growth strategy, building on an established presence in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas.
 
Founded in 1978 in the Isle of Man, Equiom is a leading international specialist professional administration services provider,  offering a broad range of services to private, corporate and institutional clients.  The company has over 7000 active clients and operates in 16 locations around the world.
 
Värde is a global investment firm with over $14bn in AuM, and joins Equiom’s long-standing equity partner LDC, the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group.

For more information, please contact:


Fatima Ismat, Lansons (PR agency for Investec CIB) - 020 7566 9709
[email protected]

Luke O’Mahony, Investec (Public Relations) - 020 7597 5261 
[email protected]
 
Investec Corporate and Investment Banking
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