Further to the announcement of 16 December 2016, Epiris is pleased to announce that following regulatory approvals, it has completed the sale of Parkdean Resorts to Onex Corporation for £1.35 billion.
Electra Private Equity PLC (“Electra”) has received proceeds from the sale of £406 million. Together with proceeds previously received, Electra’s total proceeds from the investment are £516 million. This equates to a return of 3.9x cost, and an IRR of 45%.
Alex Fortescue and Sarah Williams were responsible for the investment and the exit of Parkdean Resorts.
Epiris refers to Epiris Managers LLP acting on behalf of its client Electra Private Equity PLC.
For further information please contact:
Andrew Honnor, Matthew Goodman, Greenbrook Communications
+44 (0)20 7952 2000
Nicholas Board and Andrew Kenny, Epiris
+44 (0)20 7306 3902
Note to Editors:
About Epiris LLP
Epiris is a top-decile private equity fund manager*.
Epiris, together with its predecessor firms, has managed the business and affairs of Electra Private Equity PLC, a listed private equity investment trust, for four decades. Epiris has also managed private equity investment programmes for pension funds, financial institutions and family offices. During this time Epiris has invested in excess of £5 billion in over 200 deals. Since 2011, Epiris has invested £1 billion in buyouts and co-investments and loan-to-own debt investments, in respect of which it has delivered a gross IRR of 38%**.
As at 30 September 2016, the firm had funds under management of £2.4 billion.
For further information please visit www.epiris.co.uk.
Issued by Epiris Managers LLP which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Refers to the 2009 and 2012 investment pools comprising Buyout & Co-investment, Secondary and Debt investments managed on behalf of Electra Private Equity PLC; comparator data supplied by Preqin.
** As at 30 September 2016 adjusted for subsequent investments and realisations. Gross IRR does not reflect adjustments for investment management and administration costs. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.