Private equity firm Quadrant has bought a large chunk of the Peter Warren Automotive Group which generates $1 billion in revenue annually from nine vehicle retailing outlets in Sydney and the Gold Coast, as corporate activity accelerates in the $81 billion industry.
Quadrant Private Equity has made a $300 million bet on the Australian tourism industry, buying three "experiential tourism" companies to create the Experience Australia Group.
Quadrant Private Equity has snapped up gym chain Fitness First and will transform one of the country's best known fitness brands to ensure it is not caught napping again by new trends sweeping the $2 billion gym industry.
Quadrant Private Equity scaled back bids from some investors to raise a $980 million fund in record time.
Quadrant Private Equity No. 4 (Quadrant) has entered into an agreement to acquire V.I.P. Petfoods (VIP) for A$410 million.
Quadrant Private Equity No. 4 has made an investment in Canberra Data Centres (CDC) partnering with its founders to lead the business through the next phase of growth.
Burson Auto Parts (ASX Code: BAP) successfully listed on the ASX on 24 April 2014. At this time Quadrant sold down its stake from 86% to 19.9%.
Quadrant Private Equity's latest fund - Quadrant Private Equity No. 4 - has invested $40 million in the buyout of ICON Cancer Care Group (ICON).
Media monitoring business iSentia will have a market capitalisation of $408 million when it lists on the Australian Securities Exchange next month.
Leading Australian buyout firm Quadrant Private Equity has closed its seventh fund at $850 million, setting the benchmark for other sponsors seeking to raise capital this year.
Quadrant Private Equity has closed its seventh fund - Quadrant Private Equity No. 4 - raising $850 million.
It's a busy time for sponsor coverage investment bankers and private equity lawyers. As soon as next week, private equity firms, with their bankers and lawyers, will begin visiting fund managers to sound out their appetite for IPOs.