Aged Private Equity Portfolio Companies – June 2020
The median holding period for private equity portfolio companies is currently 4.8 years, as reported in our recently updated portfolio company holding periods study.
Given this, it is reasonable to assume that portfolio companies held five years or longer might be good candidates/prospects for an exit.
Our M&A Research Database currently shows 218 portfolio companies that will reach the 5-year holding period milestone in the month of June, 2020. A few sample companies are presented below.
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SAMPLE OF AGED PORTFOLIO COMPANIES
RHI (The Woodlands, TX)
June 2015 – Candescent Partners made a significant growth investment in Retirement Horizons Inc. Candescent led the transaction along with co-investor Eagle Private Capital.
RHI (formerly Retirement Horizons) is a third-party pension administrator, serving both defined benefit and defined contribution plans.
Sumo Logic (Redwood City, CA)
June 2015 – DFJ Growth participated in the $80 million Series E funding for Sumo Logic.
Sumo Logic is a secure, cloud-native, machine data analytics service, delivering real-time, continuous intelligence from structured, semi-structured and unstructured data across the entire application lifecycle and stack.
Dura-Bond Bearing Company (Carson City, NV)
June 2015 – Eagle Private Capital invested in Dura-Bond Bearing Company.
Dura-Bond Bearing Company is a manufacturer of camshaft bearings, transmission bushings, powder metal valve seats and valve spring shims for the automotive aftermarket.
MDLIVE (Sunrise, FL)
June 2015 – Bedford Funding invested $50 million in MDLIVE from its HealthTech Fund, Bedford Funding II.
MDLIVE is a telehealth provider of online and on-demand healthcare delivery services and software.