Elysian Capital recognised with Small Buyout House of the Year

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Elysian Capital recognised with Small Buyout House of the Year


At the 2020 Unquote British Private Equity Awards, Elysian Capital was voted the Small Buyout House of the Year. The judges, who reviewed the nominees to produce the list of finalists for the industry to vote on, recognised the strong performance of the Elysian team in the last year. Following on from the acquisition of Aspirations Care in June 2019, Elysian made two further platform investments in Mergon Group and SCX Special Projects, exited Pebble Group and Wellbeing Software at strong multiples and closed Elysian Capital III LP at the hard cap of £325m.

Commenting on the award, Ken Terry Chief Executive said:

“We are honoured to receive the recognition of the private equity sector with this award and thank all those who voted for us. It reflects all the hard work done by the Elysian team and our portfolio company management since we were founded in 2008. We are excited about the future as we invest our latest fund, partnering with more entrepreneurial management teams to help them develop their businesses”.

The British Private Equity Awards celebrate innovation and excellence in private equity and venture capital, as well as honouring the industry's ability to help build British businesses - and in doing so, foster the wider economy.

Elysian was also shortlisted for the Small Buyout Exit of the Year for Wellbeing Software which was exited in April 2020 for a 4.5x multiple.

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