Evoco sells leading cable laying solution provider Plumettaz
Evoco has sold its majority stake to Swiss private equity house Invision after a successful five-year tenure transforming the business, marking already the 6th exit from the 2016 vintage Evoco TSE II LP fund.
Evoco concludes investment in leading agricultural technology company in a portfolio transaction
Evoco has acquired a portfolio of majority stakes in German SMEs from Gesco AG, Wuppertal, with its third fund Evoco TSE III SCSp. The portfolio generated a cumulated revenue of over EUR 100m in 2019.
Evoco sells its stake to French trade buyer for a significant value increase, already marking the 5th realisation from Evoco’s 2016 fund Evoco TSE II LP.
Evoco raises EUR 93 million for first close of Evoco TSE III SCSp
On the back of a very robust performance of the existing portfolio, Evoco’s next fund will continue its highly successful strategy: acquiring portfolios of lower-mid market companies in the DACH area.
Evoco concludes investment in a portfolio of German mid-sized companies
Evoco TSE II LP has acquired a portfolio of direct investments in German mid-sized companies.
Evoco sells its investment in Captain Tortue
Alongside the majority shareholder L Catterton, Evoco agrees to sell its investment in Captain Tortue to Omnes Capital and BIP Capital Partners.
Evoco sells its investment in ASIC Robotics AG
Evoco agrees to sell ASIC Robotics AG to an investor-consortium led by Paragon Partners.
Evoco strengthens team
Evoco reinforces the team with Patrick Camenisch as Director of Finance and Operations and announces the promotion to Director of investment team member Lorenzo Gregory Sormani.
reBuy capital increase to boost growth
Evoco led a successful financing round of EUR 21m to support the company’s ambitious growth plans.
Strong exit for Enviromena
The company was successfully acquired by a UK pension fund advised by London-based Arjun Capital Partners. This marks the penultimate exit for the Evoco TSE I fund.
Accelerated exit of Learnship
We sold our stake in Learnship Networks, which we took over as part of the recent DuMont acquisition. This exit generated attractive returns to our investors and further substantiates Evoco’s ability to deliver accelerated cash distributions.
Evoco TSE II LP acquires a portfolio of corporate direct investments
The Evoco TSE II LP has acquired a portfolio of direct investments into five fast growing companies from the German publishing house DuMont Mediengruppe.
Add-on acquisition for ASIC Robotics
The company acquired its long-time partner and supplier Zufag AG, a Swiss-based manufacturer of supply systems highly integrated into ASIC’s automation solutions.
Final closing of Evoco TSE II LP
The Evoco TSE II LP investment fund, exclusively advised by Evoco for the acquisition of portfolio transactions across continental Europe, has successfully carried out its final closing. We are pleased to be able to count on a selected group of blue-chip European investors supporting our strategy.
Kyotec wins new high-profile project
Kyotec chosen as sub-General Contractor for the façades of 45 Cannon Street, London.
DS Care exit
DS Care acquired by KOS Group, a leading Italian care home operator.
First investment by Evoco TSE II LP
The Evoco TSE II LP fund, exclusively advised by Evoco, has acquired a portfolio of six companies from Swiss-based DEFI Gestion.
Evoco obtains licence as authorised distributor of collective investment schemes by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA.
Evoco investor event
Evoco team organises an exclusive event to showcase to investors how to generate liquidity in end-of-lifetime funds, with senior guest speakers from London law firm MJ Hudson and international specialised bank Greenhill Cogent.
Waterland to acquire SENIOcare
SENIOcare, founded in 1983, is the largest privately owned elderly care group in Switzerland. Was purchased from the founder in 2007 in a transaction led by Felix Ackermann. Under the new ownership the company pursued a buy and build within the Swiss market, doubling its size to CHF 80 million turnover and becoming the clear market leader. By 2012 it operated 1’100 beds across 26 care centres.
Acquisition of N.E.I. LP portfolio
The Evoco TSE I fund has successfully concluded a secondary direct transaction, combining portfolio refinancing for 6 renewable energy companies across Europe and the Middle East. The transaction was completed in partnership with Headway Capital. The portfolio comprises of investments in technology and service companies in the wind, solar PV, solar-thermal and marine power sectors.