- France Valley, based in Paris, manages assets worth €4bn
- Charterhouse will invest alongside France Valley’s founders, Guillaume Toussaint and Arnaud Filhol, and the entire management team
- Charterhouse is a private equity firm operating in Europe
Charterhouse Capital Partners has entered into an agreement to invest in France Valley, an alternative asset manager in forestry and real assets. No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
France Valley has assets worth €4 billion under management and is based in Paris, France.
Charterhouse is investing alongside France Valley’s founders, Guillaume Toussaint and Arnaud Filhol, and the entire management team.
Charterhouse’s investment will support France Valley in geographic expansion, the launch of new products in the growing ESG investment space and selective external growth operations, according to a release.
“Our investment in France Valley is a perfect example of a typical Charterhouse deal – partnering with impressive, entrepreneurial founders to help them accelerate their growth and expand their business,” said Stephan Morgan, partner at Charterhouse.
The transaction is subject to relevant regulatory approval.
Charterhouse is a private equity firm operating in Europe. The firm is based in London and targets transaction with an enterprise value of between €200 million and €1 billion.