EP2C Energy has sold a minority stake to iXO PE
EP2C Energy has structured an LBO transaction with iXO Private Equity to finance strong organic and external growth for the company.
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Toulouse, France, EP2C Energy is a services company which provides specialist knowledge to the international oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Its core business is finding, selecting and supervising the right specialists for its clients, predominantly major operating companies and international engineering and construction companies. It has operational experience in over 50 countries, and its expertise meets client’s expectations at every phase, from R&D to project management and operations. EP2C Energy’s strategy is based on providing excellent services to both clients and employees.
Founded in 2003, iXO Private Equity is a PE firm headquartered in Toulouse, France, with secondary offices in Lyon, Bordeaux and Marseille. The firm specializes in growth capital and buyouts. It seeks to invest in the consumer goods, information technology, biotechnology, healthcare, transportation, chemicals, and healthcare sectors.
Oaklins’ team in France advised EP2C’s shareholders in this transaction.
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