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Luton

(lo͞o`tən), borough and unitary authority (1991 pop. 163,209), S central England on the Lea River. Hats, automobiles, ball bearings, and aircraft parts are among the products manufactured. The English millinery industry was established there during the time of James I.

Luton

 

a city in Great Britain in Bedfordshire, on the Lea River 50 km north of London. Population, 161,200 (1971). Luton is an important center of the automobile industry; the Vaux-hall plant is located there. Other industries include the manufacture of refrigerating equipment and airplane parts. Hats have long been produced in Luton.

Luton

1. a town in SE central England, in Luton unitary authority, S Bedfordshire: airport; motor-vehicle industries; university (1993). Pop.: 185 543 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in SE central England, in Bedfordshire. Pop.: 185 200 (2003 est.). Area: 43 sq. km (17 sq. miles)
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TRAMCo also acted as advisor to Napier Park Global Capital LP, the investment manager of the purchaser of substantially all of this portfolio.
The combination of location, purpose-built space and attractive lease terms make this a great move for Napier Park.
We have known Dan for over fifteen years and have had the privilege of co-investing with him in HealthEquity, one of our current portfolio companies,' said Manu Rana, managing director and co-head of Napier Park Financial Partners.
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In addition, TIO has agreed to appoint Joe Allegra from Edison Partners and Steve Piaker from Napier Park Global Capital to its board upon the closing of the transaction.
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CAI is currently in the process of transferring its hedge fund and CLO units, currently known as Citi Capital Advisors (CCA), into a newly formed asset management company to be named Napier Park Global Capital (Napier Park).
The fund was previously managed by Citi Capital Advisors (CCA) Division, and was named Napier Park Global Capital.