Royal Philips Electronics, a Netherlands-based conglomerate, will retain a fifth of its former subsidiary Assembléon after its leveraged buyout by local private equity firm H2 Equity Partners.

Philips set up Assembléon in the early 1980s to make equipment to place electronic components together. H2 specialises in turnround companies or those in growth sectors that can act as a platform for buying other businesses.

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