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Omnes Capital's exits

Sector 
Business services
Entry Date 
2002
Exit Date 
2009
Business 
Mid-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Ortec

One of the leading providers of industrial, energy and environmental services

The Ortec group provides a broad range of multidisciplinary and complementary services encompassing maintenance, construction works, environmental services, facilities management and logistics, engineering and project owner assistance.

Sector 
Business services
Entry Date 
2006
Exit Date 
2009
Buyer 
Pragma Capital, Gimv aux côtés du management
Business 
Mezzanine Buyout & Growth Capital

Leyton & Associés

Tax and payroll charge consulting

Leyton provides payroll charge and tax consulting services with a focus on three business lines: payroll charge reductions, research tax credit (known as the CIR in France) and reductions in occupational accident contributions. The group has focused on small businesses (fewer than 1,000 employees) because they are not generally well catered for by the major players in the sector.

Sector 
Consumer goods
Entry Date 
2006
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
GameStop
Business 
Mezzanine Buyout & Growth Capital

Micromania

Specialist in video games distribution

The Micromania group is a specialist distributor of video games and consoles and operates a network of branches and franchised stores in shopping centres and city-centre locations. The Group bolstered its coverage of city-centre locations by acquiring its rival Dock Games.  

Sector 
Industry
Entry Date 
2003
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
IFP Investissements
Business 
Small-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Heurtey Petrochem

International oil and gas engineering group

Founded in 1953, Heurtey Petrochem is an international oil and gas engineering group operating in two market segments: 1) process furnaces for refining, petrochemicals, and hydrogen production, an area in which Heurtey Petrochem is a world leader, 2) natural gas treatment through its Prosernat subsidiary.

Sector 
Industry
Entry Date 
2005
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
LFPI
Business 
Mid-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Ital Express

Spare parts specialist

Distribution of spare parts for heavy goods vehicles and agricultural tractors to hauliers, garage owners, dealers, agents and resellers

Sector 
Business services
Entry Date 
2000
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
Argos Soditic
Business 
Small-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Lexsi

Independent information systems security and cybersecurity consulting firm

Pursuing a strategy focused on innovation, what sets the group apart is a unique combination of technologies, methods and talent, all geared towards protecting the interests of its clients

Sector 
Construction and building materials
Entry Date 
2004
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
Groupe Caisse d’épargne
Business 
Mid-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Maison France Confort

France’s number one homebuilder

A family-owned business, Maisons France Confort is France’s number one homebuilder and a leading player in efforts to promote home ownership.

Sector 
Industry
Entry Date 
2005
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
Tiama
Business 
Mezzanine Buyout & Growth Capital

SGCC

Specialist in the design and marketing of hollow glass packaging

A former Saint-Gobain subsidiary, SGCC is a company that specialises in the design and marketing of inspection machines providing manufacturing quality control of hollow glass packaging (mainly bottles).
The group’s customers are chiefly the world’s major glass-makers, such as Saint-Gobain.

 

Sector 
Retail & Distribution
Entry Date 
2005
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
Alcopa
Business 
Mid-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Office Log

Office furniture supplier

Link-up with Belgian group Alcopa.
The EOL group, a subsidiary of the Belgian group Alcopa, which includes Brevidex and GDB France, has been present in the European office furniture market since 1990. 

 

Sector 
Consumer goods
Entry Date 
2005
Exit Date 
2008
Buyer 
Aker Sea Foods
Business 
Small-Cap Buyout & Growth Capital

Aquafinance

Control of Viviers de France and Viviers Marins

Aquafinance is the holding company that controls Viviers de France and Viviers Marins, which specialise in rearing trout and preparing fresh fish. Since 2005, Omnes Capital has supported the group with its internal development (new Coté Phare ranges of frozen ready meals, sushi, Label Rouge trout) and acquisition-led growth (acquisition of Laspegour, specialised in the manufacture of accompanying vegetables, purchase of fish farms, etc.).

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