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A private investment group has acquired CCI's majority stake in Abtran

A private investment group has acquired Carlyle Cardinal Ireland’s majority stake in Abtran.

Based in Ireland, Abtran is a leading provider of customer and business process management (BPM) and outsourcing (BPO) services. Abtran, which employs more than 1,600 staff, is now wholly-owned by the private investor group, which includes brothers, Pat Fitzgerald and Michael Fitzgerald. The group also includes a highly experienced senior leadership team, all of whom will continue to drive the business forward with an exciting investment program allocated to new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics and data analytics.

Oaklins’ team in Ireland advised the buyer in this transaction.

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 Ted  Webb

Ted Webb

Managing Director

Dublin, Ireland
Oaklins IBI
 James  Doody

James Doody

Associate Director

Dublin, Ireland
Oaklins IBI
 Darragh  Jones

Darragh Jones

Associate

Dublin, Ireland
Oaklins IBI

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