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Adapt swallowed by Lyceum Capital

VC player Lyceum Capital has coughed £30m for a majority stake in London-based managed services firm Adapt to fuel a 'buy and build' strategy. The cash will be sealed in a war chest to be opened by current MD Robert Arrowsmith who becomes M&A director to lead a roll out in the managed service channel. Existing sales director …
Paul Kunert, 30 Sep 2011
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Security vet Rafferty rocks up at Clearswift with bold plan

Security industry vet Ciaran Rafferty has been tapped up by Brit content and email traffic filtering firm Clearswift to run global sales. Billed by the firm as an industry rainmaker - someone that can conjure clients and cash - Rafferty has bags of channel experience gained in numerous previous roles. According to the man he'll …
Paul Kunert, 11 Mar 2014
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Brit security biz Clearswift pockets £30m from sugar daddies

Investment house Lyceum Capital has bought UK-based content security firm Clearswift. Financial terms of the deal, announced on Tuesday, were imprecise but a spokeswoman said that around £30m will be ploughed into the business. Clearswift, which plays in the email and web gateway segment of the security software market, also …
John Leyden, 29 Nov 2011
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Adapt swallows eLINIA for £13m, plans £100m sales op

Adapt, the venture-backed UK managed service provider, is touting ambitions to build a £100m operation inside four years and has taken a small step toward that goal by stumping up £13m for infrastructure outsourcing firm eLINIA. Lyceum Capital, pumped £30m on London-based Adapt in September last year and the company has started …
Paul Kunert, 17 Apr 2012
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Lumison swallows DediPower Managed Hosting

Lumison has snapped up Reading-based cloud and co-lo player DediPower Managed Hosting for an undisclosed sum. This is the second deal this year for private equity backed, managed services provider Lumison, run by former Computacenter director Mark Howling, after forking out £22m for data centre co-location outfit Blue Square …
Paul Kunert, 04 Oct 2011
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Computacenter buys services company Digica

Computacenter is buying Digica from its management shareholders and private equity groups Bridgepoint Capital and Lyceum Capital. Computacenter is paying £15.9m in cash for the firm plus taking on debt of £12.1m. Digica specialises in medium-sized businesses and public sector contracts. It has UK datacentres in Nottingham, …
John Oates, 04 Jan 2007