Senior Promotion for Key Capital Partners
Investment Director Promotion for KCP Leeds Team
Key Capital Partners celebrate hat-trick of exits at end of 2018
KCP wins 'Small Cap Deal of the Year' award
KCP's expanding Leeds team appoints another investment professional
Leeds-headquartered private equity firm Key Capital Partners is celebrating a record year after completing deals worth a total of £28m in 2017.
Investment manager James Excell, who joined the London team at private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) in April 2016, has been promoted to investment director.
James Hall who joined private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) a year ago, has been promoted to the position of partner.
Laura Howes has been appointed as a research manager by private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) which has invested significantly in its team since launching a new £80m investment fund for fast growing SMEs last November. A chartered accountant, Laura joins from RSM UK where she worked as a transaction services manager for almost.
Management consultant James Excell has joined the London team at private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) as it gears up for a series of investment deals following the launch last November of its new £80m investment fund. Working across KCP’s London and Leeds offices, James joins from FTI Consulting where he spent over two.
Private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) has appointed Philip Duquenoy as partner, based at its London office. Philip joined the firm three years ago as a director. Prior to that, he spent five years working as the chief financial officer at James Harvard International Group (JHI), a private equity backed international specialist recruitment business.
Experienced private equity investor James Hall has joined private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) as a director based at the firm’s Leeds head office. James has 16 years’ experience within the sector having held senior positions with a number of private equity houses including Royal Bank Development Capital, ISIS Equity Partners and NorthEdge Capital.
Private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) which has offices in London and Leeds has first closed on a new £80m fund which aims to invest in high growth SMEs through management buy-outs, equity release and development capital deals. KCP will be seeking to invest equity sums of between £3m and £15m in profitable, dynamic.