Ripplewood

All Noun
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  • Collins is a director of several public companies as well as some of Ripplewood's private portfolio companies.
  • Ripplewood has invested in nearly a dozen industry groups and in companies with more than $20 billion of revenue.
  • He has been an industrial partner at the private equity firm Ripplewood Holdings since 2008.
  • Five months later, Ripplewood sold its remaining position of 4.7% in CIB through the open market.
  • Brands and chairman of New York-based private equity firm Ripplewood Holdings.
  • Prior to being listed on the Euronext the company was a private equity fund run by Ripplewood Holdings.
  • Timothy C. Collins, the founder of Ripplewood, is one of the company's largest shareholders and a director of the company.
  • Ripplewood was founded by its current CEO, Tim Collins.
  • Ripplewood restructured LTCB as a commercial bank called Shinsei Bank.
  • Prior to 2008, it was owned by RHJ International, which is associated with Ripplewood Holdings.
  • In 1999, he left Citibank to head the Ripplewood-backed effort to acquire the Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan.
  • The company emerged from bankruptcy with the lenders exchanging debt for equity, and Ripplewood's entire equity investment was extinguished.
  • Hence, Actis acquired 50% of the stake held by the Consortium led by Ripplewood Holdings.
  • Ripplewood Holdings bought Primedia's education division in 1999, which became part of Reader's Digest Association in 2007.
  • Ripplewood bought Reader's Digest and the book was then produced by the World Almanac Education Group, which was owned by The Reader's Digest Association.
  • After extensive problems with bad debt in the 1990s, the bank was nationalized in 1998, and finally sold in 2000 to a group led by US-based Ripplewood Holdings in the first foreign acquisition of a Japanese bank.
  • He was last a chairman of Asahi Tec, a Japanese manufacturer of aluminum parts and castings for automobiles, owned by Ripplewood Holdings.
  • Ripplewood invested $275 million of its own money, and had partners including Rothschild Bank of Zurich and GoldenTree Asset Management of New York.
  • Ripplewood is an American private equity firm based in New York, New York that focuses on leveraged buyouts, late stage venture, growth capital, management buyouts, leveraged recapitalizations and other illiquid investments.
  • In 2001 Denon was spun off as a separate company with 98% held by Ripplewood Holdings and 2% by Hitachi.