Apax Dispatch - April 2021 Edition
19th April 2021
Welcome to our first issue of Apax Dispatch.
Every other month we will provide you with an update on key initiatives around the firm and within the Apax Funds’ portfolio. We will focus on sharing what inspires our team, including some of the special companies the Apax Funds have partnered with.
As you might have seen, we have been busy rebranding to bring our visual identity closer in line with our values, focus on digital and the firm’s wider activities. Watch this video to learn more or check out our new website
Sustainability In Focus
8TH EDITION OF THE APAX SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
The recent unprecedented times have underscored the importance of an integrated approach to creating strong and robust businesses, supporting the investment case for ESG. The current crisis has proved the value of resilience and long-term sustainable strategies.
Read the 8th edition of Apax’s Sustainability Report to learn more about key initiatives across the Apax Funds’ portfolio and how we measure and create value.
Read the report here
Portfolio Company Update
Just before International Women’s Day, Apax Funds’ portfolio company InnovAge went public with a largely female leadership team. In the words of CEO, Maureen Hewitt, “Diversity is key!”
The value-based senior care provider started trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market on March 4th 2021, using the ticker symbol ‘INNV’ and closed up 15% at $24.20 per share, implying an enterprise value of $3.2bn.
Following the Apax Funds’ investment in InnovAge, Apax’s healthcare team and Operational Excellence practice worked closely with the management team to help accelerate growth by shifting focus toward digital marketing channels, and increasing investment in technology. As a public company, we expect that InnovAge will further increase awareness of its model and be able to serve more frail seniors in the years to come.
Learn more about InnovAge here and watch the Nasdaq Opening Bell here
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