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Duke Street has acquired a majority stake in UK Wealth Management, which has offices in Leeds, Macclesfield, Pontefract, Rugby and York, for about £10m.
Duke Street Capital is to acquire a 58% stake in 2e2, the Newbury-based IT services company valued at £132m.
Duke Street Capital is to acquire sandwich supplier Food Partners, as well as Buckingham Foods and Thomas Food Group, for a total £100m.
Duke Street Capital is to sell Paragon Healthcare Group, the chain of 250 residential care homes, to private equity firm HgCapital for £322m.
Duke Street Capital has acquired Affinity Healthcare, the operator of psychiatric hospitals in Cheshire and Durham, for up to £75m.
Duke Street Capital has sold its collateralised debt obligation funds business to David L Babson of the US for £42m.
Duke Street Capital has acquired Accantia, the Birmingham-based toiletries manufacturer, from ABN Amro Capital for £225m.
Duke Street Capital, the private equity firm, has acquired Galaxie of France for £139m, and Duke Street plans to double the chain of budget hotels to about 200 over the next seven years.
Duke Street Capital is to acquire Sporting Index, the sports spread betting company, for £53m.
Duke Street Capital is to support plans for a £55m management buy-out of Thornbury Nursing Services, the Bristol-based healthcare recruitment firm.
Duke Street is setting up a new management company in Madrid called Iberduke Capital Partners, as part of a strategy to expand its private equity business in Spain and Portugal.
Duke Street Capital has announced a £50m deal to acquire a 51% stake in Hertfordshire-based waste management group Wastepack, and plans to develop up to eight new plastics recycling factories across the country.
Duke Street Capital has bought a £15m majority stake in Wastepack, the waste management company, and the proceeds will be used to invest in new recycling plants.
Duke Street Capital, the private equity firm, has acquired full control of Marie Brizard, the French drinks company, in a deal worth £118m.