Lion Capital can refer to:
- The Lion Capital of Asoka, a sculpture used as the national emblem of India
- Mathura lion capital, an Indo-Scythian sandstone capital from Mathura in India
Other articles related to "lion capital, capital":
... international potential and online presence, Lion Capital LLP, the British private equity firm headed by Lyndon Lea, combined with Goode Partners to purchase a 76% stake in AllSaints Spitalfields for £105 ... Lion Capital effectively saved AllSaints from collapse, which would have resulted in the loss of 3,000 jobs. 2012, Goode Partners sold its 11% stake to Lion Capital as well as another 11% stake it held with other co-investors, leaving Lion Capital with an 85% stake in AllSaints Spitalfields ...
... Lion Capital LLP is a British private equity firm, primarily focusing on leveraged buyout investments in Europe ... Prior to the formation of Lion Capital, the firm had been the European affiliate of Hicks Muse Tate Furst, one of the largest private equity firms of the 1990s ... Lion Capital has raised approximately €4.8 billion of investor capital since inception in 2004 ...
2005, the firm completed fundraising for its first private equity fund, Lion Capital Fund I, with commitments from institutional investors of €820 million ... In 2007, Lion Capital raised its second private equity fund, Lion Capital Fund II, with approximately €2.0 billion of investor commitments ... The principals of Lion Capital have invested over €4 billion of equity capital in over forty transactions since the early 1990s ...
... The Mathura lion capital, which associates many of the Indo-Scythian rulers from Maues to Rajuvula, mentions a dedication of a relic of the Buddha in a stupa ... puya" "Revere all the Buddhas, revere the dharma, revere the sangha" (Mathura lion capital, inscription O1/O2) ...
Famous quotes containing the words capital and/or lion:
“Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“Enough if the work has seemed,
So did she your strength renew,
A dream that a lion had dreamed
Till the wilderness cried aloud.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)