Type of Operations

MCH invests in mid-sized companies with revenues typically over €30 million, through capital increases or purchase of share , taking majorities in the investments of significant minorities.

The deals typically fall into the following categories:

  • 1. Depending on management origin and role:

MBOs: The executive team, supported by a financial partner, acquires the company where they work. MCH includes mechanisms to ensure the economic alignment and managers and shareholders.

MBIs: An external executive team, supported by a financial partner, acquires the company and takes control of its management. These kinds of operations are led by top management who have identified a company with high potential and desires to run the business themselves.

  • 2. Depending on operation structure:

Leveraged Buy-Outs (LBOs): Acquisition of companies via a capital injection and financial leverage optimizing the capital.

Expansion/Growth capital: Investment in mid-sized companies (revenues over €30 million) that pursue mid-term value creation by increasing production capacity, by entering new markets, by consolidating the market via M&A, etc.

Capital replacement: Share purchase from shareholders who want to dispose of their participation in agreement with other shareholders.