Private equity buyout deals in Western Europe in 2015, by deal value

Largest private equity buyout deals completed in Western Europe as of 2015 (in million euros)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 25, 2016
Private equity buyout deals in Western Europe in 2015, by deal value The statistic illustrates the largest private equity buyout transactions completed in Western Europe in 2015. It can be seen that the largest buyout was of SIG Combibloc Group in Switzerland, with a deal value of 3.75 billion euros.
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Largest private equity buyout deals completed in Western Europe as of 2015 (in million euros)

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Deal value in million euros
SIG Combibloc Group bought by Onex Corporation (Switzerland, Manufacturing)3,750
Nordic Aviation Capital/ NAC bought by EQT Partners AB, Kirkbi Invest A/S (Denmark, Aerospace)3,000
Verallia bought by Apollo Global Management LLC, BPI France SA (France, Manufacturing)2,945
Douglas Holding bought by CVC Capital Partners Limited (Germany, Retail and consumer products)2,800
New Look bought by Brait Private Equity (UK, Retail and consumer products)2,613
Securitas Direct Verisure Group bought by Hellman & Friedman LLC (Sweden, Industrial products and services)2,500
Orange Communicatons bought by NJJ Capital (Switzerland, Telecommunications)2,327
Constantia Packaging bought by Wendel SA (Austria, Manufacturing)2,300
ICBPI bought by Bain Capital, Advent International, Clessidra SGR SpA (Italy, Financial services)2,150
Sivantos/ Siemens Audiology Solutions bought by EQT Partners AB (Germany, Health care)2,150
Deal value in million euros
SIG Combibloc Group bought by Onex Corporation (Switzerland, Manufacturing)3,750
Nordic Aviation Capital/ NAC bought by EQT Partners AB, Kirkbi Invest A/S (Denmark, Aerospace)3,000
Verallia bought by Apollo Global Management LLC, BPI France SA (France, Manufacturing)2,945
Douglas Holding bought by CVC Capital Partners Limited (Germany, Retail and consumer products)2,800
New Look bought by Brait Private Equity (UK, Retail and consumer products)2,613
Securitas Direct Verisure Group bought by Hellman & Friedman LLC (Sweden, Industrial products and services)2,500
Orange Communicatons bought by NJJ Capital (Switzerland, Telecommunications)2,327
Constantia Packaging bought by Wendel SA (Austria, Manufacturing)2,300
ICBPI bought by Bain Capital, Advent International, Clessidra SGR SpA (Italy, Financial services)2,150
Sivantos/ Siemens Audiology Solutions bought by EQT Partners AB (Germany, Health care)2,150
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 25, 2016
The statistic illustrates the largest private equity buyout transactions completed in Western Europe in 2015. It can be seen that the largest buyout was of SIG Combibloc Group in Switzerland, with a deal value of 3.75 billion euros.
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