Small caps are (still) smaller companies. On the stock exchange they form their own stock market segment. Small caps often have above-average growth opportunities. These 3 German equity funds have focused on small cap investments: This article is based on the unique List of 150 of the most important private equity investors in Germany.
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1. Brockhaus Private Equity GmbH, Frankfurt: over EUR 285 million of capital under management
Brockhaus Private Equity was founded in 2000 by Marco Brockhaus. The company offers investors the opportunity to participate in small cap investments via funds. The aim is to achieve investment commitments in the range of 5 million euros to 25 million euros. The small caps should have an EBITDA of EUR 3 million to EUR 15 million. As part of a strategic reorientation, Brockhaus Private Equity wants to go public itself and in the future invest directly in companies; the fund model takes a back seat.
2. Finatem Fonds Management Verwaltungs GmbH, Frankfurt: over EUR 250 million in assets under management
Founded in 2000, Finatem enables institutional investors and German entrepreneurial families to invest in medium-sized companies on a fund-based basis. A “best in class approach” is followed for the investment. We are looking for investments in companies with sales of between EUR 20 million and EUR 125 million p.a. Typical investment occasions: pending successions, spin-offs from corporate groups, financing of corporate growth. Finatem is co-founder of the private equity network “Alliance for Global Growth”.
3. CornerstoneCapital Verwaltungs AG, Frankfurt: majority interest in Tech-Small Caps
CornerstoneCapital’s investment focus is on established technology-based growth companies in the DACH region. These are mostly small caps. The sought-after tech business models focus on capital goods, software and IT services, technological services, medical technology and chemicals. CornerstoneCapital strives for majority shareholdings. In the case of investments, the preferred size is between EUR 3 million and EUR 15 million – with a maximum transaction volume of EUR 50 million. Investment occasions: Succession planning, growth financing, carve-outs, management buy-outs.
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