True Potential sells majority stake to private equity house Cinven

A 'highly scalable business model'

Jenna Brown
clock • 3 min read
True Potential's David Harrison
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True Potential's David Harrison

True Potential has sold a majority stake to private equity house Cinven to facilitate continued business growth and platform development.

The details of the sale to the international private equity operator have not been disclosed.  True Potential, headquartered in Newcastle, was founded in 2007 by father and son chairman David Ha...

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