Electra Private Equity Plc

Electra Private Equity Plc
Electra Partners
Closed Ended Investment Company
Private Equity
2.5 %
3 Year Sharpe
0 %
Fund Size
£ 73.5 million
Discount Premium
The investment objective is to follow a realisation strategy which aims to crystallise value for shareholders, through balancing the timing of returning cash to shareholders with maximisation of value. The Company will not make any new investments but will continue to support its existing investments to the extent required in order to optimise returns. The Company will retain sufficient cash to meet its obligations and to support its portfolio assets, with cash from realisations being invested in AAA rated money market funds pending utilisation or return to shareholders.
Holding %
Tgi Fridays 66.98 %
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Money Market Fund 8.02 %
Special Product Company 4.25 %
Sentinel Performance Solutions 1.42 %
Electra Partners
EC4M 8AB, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Bill Priest
Joined 09/30/2016

Bill is Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Epoch Investment Partners. He is a portfolio manager for Epoch’s global equity investment strategies and leads Epoch's Investment Policy Group, a forum for analyzing broader secular and cyclical trends that Epoch believes will influence investment opportunities. Prior to co-founding Epoch in 2004 with David Pearl, Tim Taussig and Phil Clark, Bill was a Co-Managing Partner and portfolio manager at Steinberg Priest & Sloane Capital Management, LLC for three years. Before joining Steinberg Priest, he was a member of the Global Executive Committee of Credit Suisse Asset Management (CSAM), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Credit Suisse Asset Management Americas and CEO and portfolio manager of its predecessor firm BEA Associates, which he co-founded in 1972. During his 30 year tenure at BEA and CSAM, he developed the firm into a well-recognized investment manager with over $100 billion under management. Bill is the author of several published articles and papers on investing and finance, including the books, The Financial Reality of Pension Funding Under ERISA, Free Cash Flow and Shareholder Yield: New Priorities for the Global Investor, and Winning at Active Management: The Essential Roles of Culture, Philosophy and Technology (with co-authors Steven Bleiberg and Michael Welhoelter). He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, is a former CPA and a graduate of Duke University and the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Graduate School of Business. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Alex Cooper-Evans
Joined 09/30/2016
Charles Elkington
Joined 09/30/2016
Chris Hanna
Joined 09/30/2016
Steve Ozin
Joined 09/30/2016
Alex Fortescue
Joined 01/01/2016

Alex joined Electra Partners as Chief Investment Partner in 2011. Prior to this he spent eleven years at private equity firm Apax Partners, where he was Global Head of the Retail and Consumer Group. Before Apax he spent nine years at OC&C Strategy Consultants where he focused on corporate strategy and private equity commercial due diligence. In total he has more than 20 years Private Equity experience. Alex chairs Electra Partners' Management Committee and is a member of its Investment Committee. He sits on the boards of Electra Partners' portfolio companies AXIO Data Group, Parkdean Resorts, Davies, Hotter Shoes and Knight Square. He has a first class degree in Electronic Engineering from Imperial College, and an MBA from INSEAD. He is a keen sailor and cyclist.

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