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BC Partners Overview

BC Partners is an international investment firm that offers select, focused investment strategies. Founded in 1986 as one of the first pan-European buy-out investors, BC Partners has grown and evolved into a leading alternative investment firm, investing principally in larger businesses in Europe and North America through its established network of offices in London, Paris, Hamburg, and New York. BC's strategic offering now includes a European Real Estate Investment platform and a Credit Investment platform that pursues yield and opportunistic investment opportunities primarily in North America.

Category

Private Equity

Continent

Europe

HQ Location

London, England

BuildRI Category Rating

3/5

Responsible Investment Rating

3/5

Value Builder Rating

3/5

Stakeholder Rating

0/5

Key Value Builder Features1

  • Focused Digital Strategy
  • In-house Digital Expertise
  • Operational Improvement Strategy
  • Dedicated Operational Improvement Team

1. Key Value Builder Features are determined by the BuildRI research team based upon publicly-available information and input from 3rd parties, including the firm in certain circumstances.

Value Creation Examples

VetPartners

Contributing Source: 2023 BC esg report

VetPartners enhanced its customized online sustainability learning resources for all staff, incorporating case studies from practices and in-depth webinars on specialized topics. In collaboration with the VetPartners Clinical Board and Anaesthesia Clinical Interest Group, VetPartners launched a campaign to minimize the environmental impact of anesthesia. This initiative included a series of webinars, reference guides, and a commitment to phase out nitrous oxide across the group, resulting in over 99% of practices discontinuing its use. Throughout the past year, VetPartners has continued to recycle traditionally non-recyclable items through TerraCycle, diverting 6.5 tonnes of PPE, plastic packaging, and blister packs from landfill. Waste reduction remains a focal point, highlighted by an innovative research project titled Project DRAPES (Drapes in Routine Aseptic Procedures for Environmental Sustainability). Awarded a research grant in October 2022, this project aims to compare wound complication rates between patients treated with reusable textile drapes versus disposable ones, providing veterinary surgeons with evidence to make sustainable choices that uphold patient outcomes.

Shawbrook

Contributing Source: 2023 BC esg report

In 2022, Shawbrook formulated its climate strategy as a central element of its broader ESG agenda. The company has committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050, with a milestone to reach net zero in its own operations by 2035. Shawbrook is currently focused on facilitating the transition to net zero by utilizing its insights and expertise to guide its internal efforts and support customers on their own paths toward net zero. The strategy is structured around three main pillars, featuring defined priorities and measurable targets across short, medium, and long-term horizons. Progress against these goals will be regularly reported, including through annual climate disclosures, as outlined in their inaugural Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report.

NAVEX

Contributing Source: Responsibility | BC Partners

As a software company, NAVEX sees the value in focusing on people through strong commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). It seeks to provide opportunities to individuals from underserved communities by offering internships that both help build awareness about the industry and give them real world experience to bolster their resumes for the future. For more experienced hires, NAVEX has engaged with various recruitment platforms in order to build its diverse candidate pipeline - as evidenced by the numbers; as of 2021, 52% of all NAVEX hires self-identified as racially diverse. As part of supporting inclusion and belonging on an ongoing basis, NAVEX encourages affinity groups that help build an internal community amongst colleagues (e.g., LGBTQA+, Women in Sales and Parenting). Further, the company provides team members with up to 16 hours per year that they can dedicate to local volunteering, along with other options to contribute to NAVEX’s giving programs.

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