Company Overview of Duke Street
Duke Street is a private equity firm specializing in acquisition, leveraged buyouts and buyins of established middle market companies, consolidation, public to private transition, parent company distress, and buy and build investments in mature companies. It does not invest in start-ups, early-stage companies, and turnaround situations. The firm prefers to invest in chemical; distribution; corporate services; business services and outsourcing; retail and consumer; food; industrial; healthcare; leisure; biotechnology, medical, chemistry, new materials, and financial services. Within the business services and outsourcing sector, it focuses on public and private sector facilities management; wh...
103 Wigmore Street
London, W1U 1QS
Founded in 1988
Key Executives for Duke Street
Partner and Head of UK Team
Partner of Investor Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Duke Street Key Developments
Suitors Reportedly Eye Co-operative Funeralcare
Mar 23 14
August Equity LLP and Duke Street are understood to have placed bids for Co-operative Funeralcare. Dignity plc (LSE:DTY) is also understood to be interested in acquiring Co-operative Funeralcare.
Duke Street Presents at The 13th Annual SuperInvestor 2013, Nov-20-2013 02:45 PM
Sep 19 13
Duke Street Presents at The 13th Annual SuperInvestor 2013, Nov-20-2013 02:45 PM. Venue: The Westin Hotel, 3 Rue De Castiglione, Paris 75001, France. Speakers: Charlie Troup, Partner and Head of UK Team.
Original Factory Shop Seeks Advisor For Sale
Jan 16 13
The Original Factory Shop Group Limited is up for sale. A spokeswoman for The Original Factory Shop said, “We are looking for an adviser but no timetable for a sale has been put in place." According to sources close to Duke Street, it does not plan to sell Original Factory valued at £100 million in 2013 but it is in talks to appoint an adviser to oversee an auction of the chain, said Sky News.
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