MML exits Learning Curve Group, marking 2nd successful exit during March

MML Capital Partners (“MML”) has successfully exited its investment in Learning Curve Group, crystallising a strong cash return in excess of 3x.

Since investing in 2015, MML has helped Learning Curve Group (“LCG”) grow to become one of the largest and most diverse education service providers in the UK and become a Sunday Times Top 100 company to work for. Led by an exceptional management team, the business now works with over 4,500 employers every year and reaches over 120,000 learners through academies, accredited learning content, apprenticeship programmes and government funded training.

Brenda McLeish, CEO at LCG said:

“MML has been a fantastic partner for the Group. With their support we have grown significantly, becoming one of the leading education and training providers in the UK. We appreciate the trust and commitment MML have shown to us.”

Richard Mayers, Partner at MML, said:

“Congratulations to Brenda and the team at Learning Curve Group on the achievements they have made. MML are delighted to have been a part of such a special business that does so much for learners and young people. We wish them the best of luck in the next phase of their journey.”

The MML deal team consisted of Richard Mayers, Ian Wallis, Will Stewart and Harrison Smith.

MML were advised by Clearwater International (Marcus Archer/Helen Lowe) and Shoosmiths LLP (Alastair Peet/Ben Turner/Helen Burnell). Liberum, EY, CIL & Global Counsel all provided support for the transaction.

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