Main Capital Partners is happy to announce that it has executed an initial closing of Main Capital V substantially above EUR 100 million. The target size for Main Capital V is EUR 200 million, with a hard cap of EUR 225 million.
Main Capital V is fully focused on majority buy outs and majority growth equity investments in small to medium sized software groups in the Benelux and the DACH region. Based on very large interest in Main Capital V from the LP community we expect to finalize our fundraising and the closing of the fund in a relatively short period of time.
Charly Zwemstra, Managing Partner of Main Capital Partners, said, “We are very grateful for our investors’ continued support and strive to continue to support and build successful companies, and produce high returns while doing so.”
About Main Capital
Main Capital is a private equity and Mezzanine Capital investor with an exclusive focus on the software sector in the Benelux and DACH area. Within this sector, we are the most specialized company in management buyouts and later-stage growth capital. Main Capital has approximately € 260 million under management for investments in mature but growing software companies in the Benelux and DACH area. An experienced team of professionals manages the Private Equity Funds.
In the current portfolio of Main Capital are rapidly growing (SaaS) software companies like Verklizan, Inergy, MUIS Software, Artegic (Germany), OBI4wan, Axxerion, b+m Informatik (Germany), Ymor, Roxit, OnGuard, Sharewire, SecondFloor, ABIT/EuroSystems (Germany), Sofon, Connexys, Regas, ChainPoint, RVC and TPSC. Main Capital realised many successful exits. The Mezzanine Capital group granted loans to e.g. The Valley, Travel Bird, Talkwalker and Worldmeetings.
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Charly Zwemstra (Managing Partner)
Main Capital Partners BV, Paleisstraat 6, 2514 JA, Den Haag
Tel: +31 (0) 70 324 3433 / +31 (0) 6 512 77 805
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