Main Mezzanine Capital issues mezzanine loan to MUIS Software
The management led by Mattijs Wilms has realized a management buy-out (“MBO”) of Multi User Informatie Systemen BV (“MUIS Software”). The buy-out is partly financed by Rabobank and Main Mezzanine Capital. BrightOrange has advised the shareholders in this transaction. MUIS Software is a provider of administrative software, from online bookkeeping to ERP solutions. Distinctive to the software of MUIS Software is that the online- and offline versions are fully integrated and can be used simultaneously. The entrepreneur can keep accounts with iMUIS Online (web-based) and the auditor can simultaneously audit and report with iMUIS Accountancysoftware. A couple of years ago founder Dick Heijnis transferred the day-to-day operations to Mattijs Wilms. With the MBO Mattijs acquires part of the shares from Dick Heijnis. Mattijs started working at MUIS Software in 2000 and initiated the SaaS solution “iMUIS Online”. The management considered an outside investor, however, in Main Mezzanine Capital they have found the ideal partner to realize the MBO and the envisaged future plans. Over the last years MUIS Software has invested in the development of technological high quality solutions. In the coming years the focus will be on the roll-out of these products and of the marketing strategy, whereby the network of Main is of added value to the management. Mattijs Wilms: “The access to knowledge and network of Main has been an important factor in our choice for Main.” By providing the mezzanine loan to MUIS Software Main Mezzanine Capital adds the sixth company to its portfolio. Lars van ‘t Hoenderdaal: “We have been following MUIS Software for some years and with this transaction all the pieces of the puzzle fall into place.” Main Mezzanine Capital is part of Main Capital Partners, an investment and financing company, as well as a corporate finance advisor, with a focus on growing and profitable companies in the TMT sector in the Netherlands. Main Mezzanine Capital is funded by its own shareholders, wealthy individuals, family offices and (former) entrepreneurs, who like to invest in companies with an interesting risk-return profile.