Bouvet Ladubay regains independent status

24 November, 2015

The Loire-based Bouvet Ladubay has announced that the Monmousseau family has re-acquired ownership of the company from United Spirits.

The Monmousseau family has purchased 100% of the shares of Bouvet Ladubay through acquisition holding Ogmius Capital.

In order to finance the purchase, the Monmousseau family created an acquisition holding in conjunction with three private equity firms - Ouest Croissance, CM CIC Investments, and Unigrains.

Patrice Monmousseau, company president, said: “We are very happy with our new partners, and look forward to once again being fully responsible for the future successes of Bouvet Ladubay, the largest producer of traditional method sparkling wines in Saumur. It is fitting that Bouvet Ladubay returns to the family.

“Our main aim at this stage is to ensure stability for our employees and the continued development of our business.”

Patrice Monmousseau continues to be president of the company and his daughter Juliette Monmousseau becomes CEO.

Keywords: Bouvet Ladubay




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