- Roark Capital Group finalized its understanding to acquire Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.9 billion on Feb 5.
- The private-equity organisation helped spin around Arby’s after shopping a infancy interest in 2011.
- The organisation has a different portfolio that includes restaurants, gyms, and automobile correct centers.
The primogenitor company of Arby’s, Roark Capital Group, finalized its $2.9 billion understanding to acquire Buffalo Wild Wings on Feb 5. The understanding will create a new handling company, Inspire Brands, that will control Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, and R Taco. Former Arby’s CEO Paul Brown was named CEO of the new company.
Buffalo Wild Wings had struggled in the years before the acquisition, but Roark Capital discovered Arby’s from a identical position in 2011. The private-equity organisation has built a different portfolio that includes restaurants, gyms, and automobile correct centers.
Here are some of the highlights of that portfolio.