PE Industry Trends – Q1 & Q2 2017
The trending private equity investment sectors for the first half of 2017 are highlighted below with a few examples of the acquisitive firms for each sector.
H.I.G. (Miami, FL)
Targets small and medium-sized enterprises valued between $50-500 million across many industries.
The Riverside Company (New York, NY)
Targets business services, consumer brands, education, franchisors, healthcare, software & IT, and specialty manufacturing & distribution businesses within the lower middle market with values up to $400 million.
Warburg Pincus (New York, NY)
Targets healthcare and consumer products, technology, media and telecommunications, financial services, energy, industrial, and business services companies. The firm has more than $44 billion in private equity assets under management.
GenNx360 Capital Partners (New York, NY)
Targets industrial and business services companies with values between $50-200 million.
Harbour Group (Saint Louis, MO)
Targets product oriented companies with values between $30-500 million.
Speyside Equity (Ann Arbor, MI)
Targets manufacturing related investments with values between $20-200 million.
Summit Partners (Boston, MA)
Targets technology, healthcare, and growth products & services companies with values between $30-800 million.
Thoma Bravo (Chicago, IL)
Targets enterprise, infrastructure and security software, and technology-enabled business service companies with values between $100-500 million.
Vista Equity Partners (Austin, TX)
Targets software, data, and technology companies making equity investments in the range of $20-700 million.