LCP partners and Charterhouse buy out Inflexion minority stake

James Phillips
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Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) partners are set to own a larger stake in the firm after buying out Inflexion Private Equity’s minority stake with the support of Charterhouse Capital Partners.

The deal value was not disclosed, although Sky News reported that the transaction would value the consultancy at more than £300m, which would represent considerable growth for the business. Infl...

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