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XPV Increases Exposure to Digital Water with Metasphere Buyout

20 September 2018
Research Note

On 30 August 2018, UK-based Metasphere Ltd. announced the execution of a management buyout from owners Kaye Enterprises funded by private equity firm XPV Water Partners. XPV has increased its exposure to digital water, securing a position within core data acquisition and management processes of municipal water utilities.

This Research Note provides insights on the growth trajectory of Metasphere Ltd., the effect of regulatory pressure, the acquisition by XPV and entry into the Australian market.

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