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One Equity Partners

 

One Equity Partners

One Equity Partners
Type Private
Industry Private equity
Founded 2001
Founders Dick Cashin, Managing Partner
Headquarters New York City, New York, United States
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Products Leveraged buyout, Growth capital
Total assets $10 billion
Employees 40+
Parent Bank One)
Website www.oneequity.com

One Equity Partners is the JPMorgan Chase.

Contents

  • Investments 1
  • History 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Investments

In 2006, One Equity, together with The Blackstone Group and Technology Crossover Ventures acquired Travelport from Cendant in a $4.3 billion buyout. The company owns Worldspan and Galileo as well as approximately 48% of Orbitz Worldwide. The sale of Travelport followed the spin-offs of Cendant's real estate and hospitality businesses, Realogy Corporation and Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, respectively, in July 2006.[1][2] Later in the year, TPG and Silver Lake would acquire Travelport's chief competitor Sabre Holdings.

Among One Equity's other notable investments include Polaroid Corporation which was sold in 2005 at a significant gain,[3][4][5] as well as: Apollo Hospitals, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Clipper Windpower, NCO Group,[6] Pfleiderer, Systagenix Wound Management, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, Vertrue, X-Rite, and recently M*Modal formerly MedQuist and Italian system integrator Engineering Ingegneria Informatica.

History

One Equity Partners was founded in 2001 by Dick Cashin to serve as the private equity investment arm of Bank One. Cashin had previously served as president of Citicorp Venture Capital, the predecessor of Court Square Capital Partners and CVC Capital Partners, where he worked for Bank One's then CEO, Jamie Dimon.

In 2002, former Ford Motor Company CEO Jacques Nasser joined One Equity. He would serve as chairman of Polaroid Corporation. Nasser was involved in 2006, when One Equity was speculated as one of several potential private equity bidders for Jaguar Cars.[7]

In 2004, Bear Stearns' private equity platform, Bear Stearns Merchant Banking, One Equity was once again designated the exclusive private equity arm for the combined firm.[9]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Sachdev, Ameet. " Orbitz travels to 4th owner: Blackstone Group to buy from Cendant.", Chicago Tribune, July 1, 2006. Accessed September 15, 2007.
  2. ^ Fineman, Josh. "Cendant to sell Orbitz to Blackstone for $4.3 Bln", Bloomberg.com, June 30, 2006. Accessed September 15, 2007.
  3. ^ BANK ONE EQUITY UNIT IS TOP BIDDER FOR POLAROID ASSETS. New York Times, June 28, 2002
  4. ^ VALUE OF POLAROID ASSETS WILL BE RE-EXAMINED. New York Times, January 18, 2003
  5. ^ Polaroid Being Acquired for $426 Million. New York Times, January 8, 2005
  6. ^ Outsourcing Company to Be Acquired. New York Times, July 25, 2006
  7. ^ On your marques: former Ford chief Nasser eyes up Jaguar. The Independent, August 26, 2006.
  8. ^ Bear Stearns private equity units face uncertain future (Private Equity Online, 2008)
  9. ^ http://blogs.wsj.com/deals/2008/03/18/what-happens-to-bear-stearns-merchant-banking-arm/. Wall Street Journal: Deal Journal, March 18, 2008

References

  • JP Morgan may spin off One Equity Partners. September 13, 2004
  • JPMorgan's buy-out unit to become an independent firm. March 2, 2005
  • JPMorgan Chase Announces Changes to Private Equity Business. March 1, 2005

External links

  • One Equity Partners (company website)
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