What does Clayton Dubilier & Rice do?
CD&R tailors its investments to meet the needs of founders, family owners, management teams and significant shareholders seeking a partner who can provide strategic and operational support, as well as capital for long-term growth.
Who founded CD&R?
Clayton & Dubilier was founded as a turnaround management shop by Martin H. Dubilier, Eugene Clayton and Bill Welsh in 1976. Joseph L. Rice III, a deal professional, putting the firm into investment business, joined in 1978, and the firm became known as Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in 1992.
Who is the CEO of Clayton Dubilier & Rice?
As part of its long-term leadership transition plan, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) today announced the appointment of Nate Sleeper as Chief Executive Officer, and David Novak and Rick Schnall as Co-Presidents, effective January 1, 2020.
Who owns Epicor Software?
Clayton, Dubilier & RiceEpicor / Owner
What does CD&R stand for?
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What happened to Epicor?
In June 2015, Epicor Retail was spun off from Epicor and became Aptos, Inc. On July 5, 2016, Epicor announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by the global investment firm KKR. The acquisition by KKR was finalized on September 1, 2016.
Is Epicor being sold?
In one of the biggest Austin software deals in recent memory, Epicor Software Corp. has been sold from one private equity firm to another in a $4.7 billion deal. Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC is buying Epicor, which sells industry-specific enterprise software, from private equity giant KKR.
How many people work at CD&R?
A large finance company with 2,750 employees and an annual revenue of $7.6B, Clayton Dubilier & Rice is headquartered in New York, NY.