- The Thomas family will remain majority owners in full control of the company
- Oakley’s investment in Thomas’s is its eighth investment in the education sector
- Oakley Capital, based in London, is an investor in the education sector
Oakley Capital has entered a strategic partnership to provide capital to Thomas’s London Day Schools, a family run group of co-educational independent schools. No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
Thomas’s is based in London, UK.
Oakley’s investment will help fund capex and development projects across the Thomas’s schools, according to a release.
The Thomas family will remain majority owners in full control of the company and Oakley will take a minority stake, the release added.
Oakley’s investment in Thomas’s is its eighth investment in the education sector.
“We are committed to building on this track record, by providing investment and support for Thomas’s to deliver on its ambitious growth plans and continue providing outstanding education to children,” said Peter Dubens, Oakley Capital co-founder and managing partner.
Oakley Capital, based in London, is an investor in the education sector that focuses on mid-market companies across Europe. The firm has reported gross realised returns of 4x MM and 67 percent IRR across all funds till date. It has assets worth €8 billion under management.