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December 19, 2013
07:28 EDTCGCarlyle Group, Vitol announce investment in Varo Energy
The Carlyle Group and the Vitol Group of Companies announced a transaction intended to establish Varo Energy B.V. as a major midstream energy business in north-west Europe. Under the terms of the proposed transaction, Vitol and Carlyle International Energy Partners will each own 50% of an enlarged Varo Energy Group. AtlasInvest will sell its shareholding in Varo Energy to CIEP while Vitol will reduce its current stake to enable each party to own 50%. In conjunction with CIEP’s investment into Varo Energy, Varo Energy will acquire from Vitol all shares in PT Holdings GmbH, the holding company for Petrotank Neutrale Tanklager GmbH and all shares in Vitol Germany GmbH. Varo Energy will also acquire, by means of a separate transaction, all shares currently held by OMV Deutschland GmbH in Bayernoil Raffineriegesellschaft mbH, as well as certain downstream assets owned by OMV Deutschland GmbH.
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06:33 EDTCGCarlyle Group acquires majority stake in Newgen KnowledgeWorks for $32.8M
The Carlyle Group has invested $32.8M to acquire a 54.85% stake in Chennai, India-based Newgen KnowledgeWorks Private Limited, a provider of publishing and technical services for many of the world’s largest and most prestigious publishers, particularly in the USA, the UK and Europe. Equity for the transaction comes from First Carlyle Ventures III, an investment fund advised by The Carlyle Group. Carlyle acquired the stake held by Franklin Templeton Private Equity Strategy, Aureos South Asia Fund and ePlanet Capital in Newgen. Carlyle had earlier invested in Newgen in 2004 and exited its investment in 2011.

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