Enhesa Receives Strategic Growth Investment From Bregal Sagemount

Enhesa, a Brussels, Belgium-based supplier of regulatory and sustainability intelligence worldwide, obtained a strategic development funding from Bregal Sagemount.

As a part of the transaction, Sagemount will purchase ICG’s minority stake in Enhesa, with present investor CGE Partners (“CGE”) retaining its majority stake within the firm. Financial phrases of the transaction weren’t disclosed.

Enhesa is a supplier of regulatory and sustainability intelligence worldwide. Headquartered in Brussels, with workplaces in Washington, DC, Williamsport, PA, Toronto, the United Kingdom, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Portugal, Enhesa empowers multinational firms worldwide bringing complete knowledge units, AI-powered analytics, and famend subject material specialists within the areas of worldwide operations, product, and chemical substances administration compliance and sustainability.

The firm supplies actionable compliance intelligence in over 40 languages throughout greater than 300 jurisdictions.

Led by Peter Schramme, CEO, Enhesa empowers multinational firms worldwide to assist create a extra sustainable future by positively impacting the surroundings and guaranteeing the well being and security of their workers and prospects. Bringing collectively among the world’s most complete knowledge units, AI-powered analytics, and famend subject material specialists within the areas of worldwide operations, product, and chemical substances administration compliance and sustainability, Enhesa supplies actionable compliance intelligence in over 40 languages throughout greater than 300 jurisdictions, supported by a staff of over 100 in-house authorized specialists. Navigating the fast-changing regulatory panorama, Enhesa helps firms meet their compliance and sustainability wants with confidence, now and sooner or later.

Sagemount’s funding was led by Pavan Tripathi, Sandeep Swaminathan, David Greenbaum, Harrison Boyajian, and Stephanie Li. Sagemount was suggested by Raymond James and Goodwin Procter. Enhesa and CGE have been suggested by Houlihan Lokey and Travers Smith.

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10/01/2023

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