ABRY Partners

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ABRY Partners
Type Private Ownership, Limited liability company
Industry Private Equity
Founded 1989
Headquarters 111 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Products Investments, private equity funds
Total assets $2.8 billion
Employees 20
Website www.ABRY.com

ABRY Partners is a private equity firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts that focuses on investments in media. Since 1989, the firm has completed over $18.0 billion of leveraged transactions and other private equity and mezzanine investments, representing investments in more than 450 media properties.

Current and previous areas of investment include cable television, publishing, radio and television broadcasting, and other media and communications sectors.

Previous ABRY logo, in use through 2010

Notable past, present, and future investments include Cygnus Business Media, Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Muzak Holdings, Legendary Pictures, Consolidated Theatres, F+W Media, Language Line, Citadel Broadcasting, Monitronics and RCN Corporation

Senior Investment Professionals at ABRY include: Andrew Banks, Royce Yudkoff, Peggy Koenig, Jay Grossman, Erik Brooks, Peni Garber, and John Hunt.

In October 2010, ABRY Partners acquisition of Outsourced staffing provider 'Comforce Corp' (CFS) for $84.8 million.[1]

Selected Investments[edit]

Notable past investments include Cygnus Business Media, F+W Media, Muzak Holdings, Legendary Pictures, Consolidated Theatres and Citadel Broadcasting.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Comforce Agrees To Be Acquired By P-E Firm ABRY For $84.8M". Wall Street journal. Retrieved 2 November 2010. [dead link]

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