Anacacia Capital is delighted to announce it is now accepting applications from Australian business owners and CEOs for the inaugural Anacacia Yale Scholar for 2015.
PRIVATE equity company Anacacia Capital is hoping to repeat its successful exit of a baby-food manufacturer last year with its latest investment in Australian dip manufacturer Yumi's Quality Foods.
Anacacia Capital Bolsters Portfolio with Two New Businesses
International consumer products group PZ Cussons has acquired Australian premium baby food brand Rafferty’s Garden Pty Ltd for AU $70 million.
Home Appliances sold to McPherson's in Another Successful Sale for Anacacia
Anacacia Capital, the Sydney-based buyout firm that was recently recognised as the manager of the world’s top performing private equity fund, has agreed to buy the Hills Healthcare Equipment business from investment holding company Hills Holdings.
Three Anacacia Companies in BRW Fast 100
Australian private equity fund Anacacia Capital is poised to raise up to 150 million Australian dollars (US$156.5 million) for its second fund.
Overseas Trade Sale to Generate Strong Return
Small business specialist Anacacia Capital is set to achieve a strong return after negotiating the sale of Lomb Scientific (Aust) Pty Ltd to international trade buyer Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc (NYSE:TMO).
Anacacia Capital has received an award from the Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association for its investment into Lomb Scientific.
A vehicle launched by Australia’s Anacacia Capital has been named the top performing fund globally by Pensions and Investments magazine.
Australian linguistic technology business Appen has joined with the Butler Hill Group as it positions itself to win more international contracts.
Senior management of natural baby food company Rafferty’s Garden and private equity firm Anacacia Capital and Saleslink Australasia are investing in Rafferty’s Garden in a management buyout.
A year after a sizeable external investment, a kitchen appliance business has made its first acquisition.
Private equity firm Anacacia Capital invested an undisclosed sum last July in a new company, Home Appliances, with ownership split between Anacacia, the Varvaressos family and managing director Owen Morgan.
Private equity fund Anacacia Capital has invested in language technology company Appen.
Private equity firm Anacacia Capital has invested an undisclosed sum in Home Appliances to help the family-owned business expand and plan for its management succession.
How do business owners find the right private equity partner?
Different private equity firms focus on different sorts of businesses although there are some common themes. While Australians often use the terms venture capital and private equity interchangeably, venture investors will usually look more at early stage businesses whereas private equity investors will usually look at more mature, established, businesses.
Private equity can help management teams to acquire businesses from founders through management buyouts (MBOs). The new capital structure can then help those businesses to grow organically or by acquisition. Examples include ACL (Australian Centre for Languages), Netti and Godfreys.
Lomb Scientific, a supplier of laboratory consumables, chemicals and instrumentation to the scientific community, has announced an investment by Anacacia Capital through its private equity fund specialising in SMEs.
Norwest Productions Pty Limited, one of Australia's largest professional audio service providers, has announced a major investment by Anacacia Capital, through its boutique private equity fund specialising in SMEs.
Jeremy Samuel, formerly director of private equity at ANZ Capital, has formed a new private equity firm that will target the small to medium enterprise (SME) market.
A former banker at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd said on Friday he has jumped ship to set up a new private equity fund trawling the smaller end of the market for deals.
Clients are increasingly wanting to know how they can tap into private equity as part of a diversified portfolio. JEREMY SAMUEL explores why private equity is on the rise, what sort of clients it suits and how planners should think about the Australian market.