About Lansley, Everett and Moore LLC
Lansley Everett & Moore LLC has one of the most successful private equity track records in the Americas, with a history of principal investment dating back to 1987. Its core focus is on the Americas and Anglo Saxon markets, but with an international reach extending into Asia and North America.

Lansley Everett & Moore LLC's track record of success is both in terms of its investment partners and its management partners.

Lansley Everett & Moore LLC's investors are institutions from around the world, many of whom are now multi fund investors with the group. Lansley Everett & Moore LLC has delivered top quartile results over its historical track record since 1987.

Lansley Everett & Moore LLC is equally proud of its record of partnering with top flight management teams, and sharing the rewards of the success of developing portfolio companies with these teams. Over 260 investee company executives have made more than $1 million each from their equity participation alongside Lansley Everett & Moore LLC in its portfolio companies to date.

The Lansley Everett & Moore LLC group has offices in Boston and New York, and affiliated offices in Hong Kong, giving it an unrivalled reach amongst American based peers. This allows it to identify both American and cross border investments, as well as seeking international growth opportunities for existing investee companies.

Since inception, Lansley Everett & Moore LLC has invested across a broad range of sectors, including media, transport, industrial services, education, retail, agribusiness, health and financial services.

The investment philosophy at Lansley Everett & Moore LLC is value creation through earnings growth. Prudent leverage is a factor in the business model, however, the real driver of value creation is sustainable earnings growth based on superior management and investment in growth initiatives.
UPDATE 1-Telus in new agreement to buy Canadian startup Mobilicity

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CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-U.S. power producer Calpine to sell 6 plants for $1.57 bln

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Calpine to sell 6 U.S. power plants for $1.57 billion

April 18 (Reuters) - Calpine Corp said it will sell six power plants in the U.S. Southeast to LS Power for $1.57 billion in cash to focus on the wholesale power markets and better align its asset...

Telus gets another chance to buy Canadian startup Mobilicity

April 18 (Reuters) - Telus Corp, one of Canada's dominant telecom providers, has won another chance to overcome objections by the government to its takeover of struggling wireless startup Mobilicity.

UPDATE 2-Vimpelcom resolves Algeria row with $2.6 bln stake sale

* To get $1.9 bln in dividends from Djezzy to pay down debt

S&P lifts Haniel ratings outlook to "positive"

FRANKFURT, April 18 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's has revised its ratings outlook for German investment group Haniel to "positive" from "stable", after the group bolstered its finances.

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