List of 3 consumer goods private equity funds from Spain [2023]

List of 3 consumer goods private equity funds from Spain [2023]

The article details research carried out using a worldwide repository of private equity investors. A keyword crawler categorized consumer goods-related terminology and identified private equity investors who had links to them on their websites. The consequent Excel spreadsheet displays relevant investors in this sector, which could prove beneficial for identification and engagement objectives.

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Spain, with a GDP of €1.3 trillion and a population of 46.6 million, ranks as the fourth-largest economy in the Eurozone.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting consumer-goods-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based consumer goods private equity investors list.

1. MCH Private Equity (Madrid)

MCH Private Equity was founded in 1998 in the Spanish capital. Since then, MCH has concentrated its forces on investments in mid-sized businesses in transformation processes. During the last years, MCH completed several investments, also in the area of consumer goods, such as Brasmar. Brasmar is a Portuguese firm, that specializes in processing, distributing, and selling a range of frozen and refrigerated seafood products. The company boasts an extensive network of suppliers across the globe, ensuring a premium standard of goods all year round.

2. Talde Gestión S.G.E.I.C., S.A. (Bilbao)

Established in 19786, Talde is viewed as a pioneer in Spain’s private equity sector. In 2021, Talde bolstered its portfolio in the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) domain by successfully acquiring Sansala. A leading player in the premium sandwiches, wraps, and salads segment of the domestic market, Sansala operates from Madrid, and its products are predominantly distributed through Horeca and retail channels.

3. Portobello Capital (Madrid)

Portobello Capital is a Madrid-based private equity firm managing assets worth €2.1 billion. Speaking of the consumer goods industry, the firm has successfully completed several investments. Such as in June 2021, Portobello Capital invested in Caiba, a company that specializes in the production and distribution of PET containers and performs in Spain. Caiba caters to several markets, including olive oil, household, water, and juice.

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