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  • Key Capital Partners (KCP) has continued its recent string of new investments backing an innovative provider of specialist IT Services with a £4m equity investment, to support continued growth and expansion. £16m turnover London based Sparta Global operates the Sparta Training Academy, a growing IT trainer and provider of IT services. The firm’s clients include…

  • Private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) has backed the management team of YorkTest Laboratories Ltd in completing an MBO that sees CBPE Capital sell 100% of its stake in the food intolerance testing business, which trades as YorkTest and Lorisian.

  • Leeds and London-based private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) has today announced that it has taken a material minority stake in London-based independent performance media agency, MC&C. This is KCP’s third investment from its latest fund.

  • Key Capital Partners (KCP) has acquired a majority stake in rapidly growing online retailer of building materials, Plymouth-based Construction Materials Online Ltd (CMO) which operates retail sites supplying DIY builders and small building contractors.

  • Growing domiciliary care business Routes Healthcare, which provides NHS-funded intensive home care, has received a substantial investment from private equity firm Key Capital Partners (KCP) which has a strong track record adding value to businesses in this sector, including experience with Nurse Plus and Hallam Medical. The investment is the first to be made following.

  • Key Capital Partners, the private equity firm focused on smaller buyouts, has led a £3million equity investment in WHP Projects, a leading provider of support services to the mobile phone industry. As part of the transaction, Royal Bank of Scotland, led by Stuart Watson, director of the corporate transactions team, has in addition provided a.

  • Key Capital Partners has invested £2 million for a minority stake in specialist recruitment firm EarthStream, which supplies specialist staff to the global energy & resources sectors. The investment by KCP will be used to support and grow EarthStream’s capability and headcount in its existing markets. It will also help fund new office launches in.