The Midlands Private Equity Growth Barometer, which has been released today, highlights the region’s 50 fastest-growing private equity-backed businesses based on turnover growth in the past three years.
Kreab, a communication and public affairs consultancy firm founded in Sweden in 1970, has topped Mergermarket’s ranking of PR advisors in Spain for the third consecutive year.
Private company investment platform Seedrs experienced a record-breaking year in 2019 with GBP283 million invested into pitches, resulting in 49 per cent growth in investment compared to 2018.
Akram & Associates, a boutique Public Accounting Firm specialising in accounting, audit and tax services to alternative investment entities, had another successful year in 2019, growing 40 per cent. The firm is targeting double-digit growth again in 2020.
Future Industrial Services (FIS), a provider of specialist environmental and industrial services, has announced a 22 per cent increase in turnover following its acquisition of Colt Industrial Services (Colt) and further investment in its management team and fleet.
LDC-backed Martin Audio, a designer and manufacturer of premium high-performance loudspeaker systems, has recorded double-digit sales growth following a series of product launches and overseas expansion.
LDC-backed Mitrefinch, one of the UK’s leading developers of human capital management (HCM) software, has recorded double-digit revenue growth following a year of expansion at home and overseas.
Crystal Capital Partners, the operator of an alternative investments platforms for financial advisors and their qualified purchaser (QP) investors, has reported 46 per cent growth in its advisory partnerships since January 2018.
Late-stage, venture-backed tech companies significantly outperformed the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Technology Index in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to the SharesPost US Private Growth Index.
Shearwater Aero Capital, a global corporate aviation finance specialist, enjoyed strong growth in 2018, with the year representing around 60 per cent of its business to date since its launch in 2014.