Chartwell Investments’ most common sectors for investment are consumer products (34%) and transportation (25%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (42%) and recapitalization (25%). In total, Chartwell Investments has invested in 9 US states. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 1997 when it acquired Petro Stopping Centers for $310M.
The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (67%). Chartwell Investments’ largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2006 when it sold Easton Bell Sports for $400M.
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Chartwell Investments is a private equity firm that invests in US-based, mid-sized companies with 'strong market positions, sound business models, and meaningful growth prospects'. Areas of interest include consumer products, light manufacturing, distribution, infrastructure, natural resources, energy, building products, and business services. Chartwell seeks to invest $10 to $200 million of equity in transactions that include buyouts, recapitalization, and growth equity financings. The Firm has a special interest in solving family succession issues, intricate tax and public securities problems, as well as creating strategic partnerships. Chartwell will also consider turnaround situations or companies requiring operational improvement. Chartwell Investments was formed in 1992 and is based in New York City.
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