Mid Caps are larger medium-sized companies, preferably from the industrial middle class. Germany is a Mid Cap country. As “hidden champions”, many larger medium-sized companies are world market leaders in their special business segment and a worthwhile investment. These 3 German private equity companies invest in Mid Caps: This article is based on the unique List of 150 of the most important private equity investors in Germany.
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1. AURELIUS Equity Opportunities SE & Co. KGaA, Grünwald: “Good Home” for interesting Mid Caps
AURELIUS was founded in 2006 by two former McKinsey consultants and developed into a globally operating investment company within a few years. The listed AURELIUS Equity Opportunities SE & Co. KGaA is an investment vehicle within the group. The aim is to acquire as much as possible 100 percent of mid caps (EUR 50 million to EUR 1 billion annual sales) from the IT and business services, industry and chemicals, lifestyle and consumer goods sectors. AURELIUS strives to become a “good home” by acquiring permanent holdings.
2. Bregal Unternehmerkapital GmbH, Munich: EUR 2.5 billion assets under management
Bregal is the family office of C&A’s founding family Brenninkmeijer and is now a leading German mid-cap investor, although this business has only been in operation since 2016. Bregal Unternehmerkapital takes majority or minority stakes in medium-sized companies in the DACH region. A special focus is on market leaders and hidden champions. Target investments range from 30 million Euro to 180 million Euro. Investments realized so far have been in the automotive, industrial goods, health, business services, software, e-commerce and Internet, direct sales and marketing sectors.
3. Quadriga Capital Eigenkapitalberatung GmbH, Frankfurt: EUR 2.1 billion total transaction volume
Quadriga Capital has been in existence since 1995 and focuses on investments in medium-sized companies in the DACH region with annual revenues of between EUR 50 million and EUR 300 million. Quadriga Capital aims to invest between EUR 20 million and EUR 50 million. We are looking for majority investments with the participation of the respective management. The industry focus is on companies in the healthcare, advanced services and smart industries.
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