Since its founding in 1998, MCH has successfully launched 4 funds.

  • MCH Iberian Capital Fund I, with total committed funds of €90 million, invested in a wide range of sectors. Some significant investments included: Azulev (leader in quality tiles for their profitability and positioning/competitiveness the tile industry), Qualytel (one of the leading telemarketing companies in Spain), Integral Press (an independent printing company that publishes daily newspapers), Segur Ibérica (third leading company on the Iberian Peninsula in security services), Comess Group (specialist in food distribution and fast-food franchises), and Irestal International (Leading European distributor and service center of stainless flat and tubular steel products). Together, these portfolio companies had aggregate revenues of more than 800 million Euro, all of which have had significant increase in sales, profit and employment since the incorporation of MCH as a shareholder.


  • MCH Iberian Capital Fund II was raised in 2005, with aggregate commitments of €160 million. The companies that make up Fund II portfolio include IQAP (a leading company in the production of chemical masterbaches), HCS Group (fifth largest European company and Iberian leader in the manufacturing and distribution of healthcare equipment), TALGO (Spanish leading company in intercity and high speed trains), Nutricafés (third largest Portuguese coffee roaster and distributor), Marco Aldany (Spanish leading hairdressing chain), Grupo Mabyc Ibersegur (Spanish & Latin American leader in parking and parkimeter systems), and GAMO (World leader in outdoor equipment, air rifles and pistols, optics and accessories).


  • MCH Iberian Capital Fund III was raised in 2009 with aggregate commitments of €250 million. Fund III invested in companies such as Televida (leader in telecare in Spain), Conservas Garavilla (brand largest producer of canned fish in Spain with global presence), Europastry (leader in Spain and growing internationally in frozen dough for bread and pastries), Talgo and Segur Ibérica.


  • MCH Iberian Capital Fund IV .