UK - Friends, Ivory & Sime's private equity unit ISIS Capital has sold its 20% stake in bonmarche, the womenswear retailer, for about £18m.
ISIS paid £7.3m for 20% of bonmarche last year and will receive £12.8m in cash plus £4.6m in shares. Its share was sold to retail company the Peacock Group.
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