In the last 3 years, Deutsche Beteiligungs AG has acquired 8 companies. It has also invested in 4 others.
Deutsche Beteiligungs AG’s most common sectors for investment are machinery (21%) and automotive (9%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (52%) and secondary buyout (21%). In total, Deutsche Beteiligungs AG has invested in 1 US state and 7 different countries. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2005 when it acquired Clyde Bergemann for $136M.
In the last 3 years, Deutsche Beteiligungs AG has exited 11 companies. The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (45%). Deutsche Beteiligungs AG’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2012 when it sold Coperion for $460M.
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Deutsche Beteiligungs AG is a publicly-traded German mid-market private equity firm focused primarily on management buyout transactions. The firm pursues companies with skilled management, strong market positions, positive earnings, and the potential to build additional value. Prospective companies typically generate annual sales of €50 to €500 million. The Firm's target transaction size ranges from €50 to €250 million. Sectors of interest include automotive supplies, fine chemicals, industrial services, logistics, machine/plant construction, and measuring/automation technology. Deutsche Beteiligungs AG was established in 1965 and became publicly-listed in 1985. The Firm is based in Frankfurt.
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