Private Equity – February 2022 Investment Trends
The trending private equity investment sectors for February 2022 were Wealth Management, Information Technology Services, Consulting, and Cloud-Based Software.
Sample transactions for each category are highlighted below.
CPP Investments and Motive Partners invested in FNZ (London, UK), a global wealth management platform. FNZ provides an integrated technology, transaction and custody platform to wealth managers, banks, insurers and asset managers.
Information Technology Services
Tecum Capital and Columbia River Partners invested in Custom Computer Specialists (Hauppauge, NY, US), a provider of information technology services to public and private sector clients throughout the Northeast.
Dymon Asia Private Equity invested in ITCS Group (Singapore, Singapore), provides managed information technology services including public and private cloud virtualization / implementation, virtual desktop infrastructure solutions, outsourced tech support and service desks, information technology staff augmentation, recruitment, training and development.
True Wind Capital Management invested in Sterling Capital Brokers (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), an independent benefit consulting firm that offers a comprehensive suite of bespoke employee benefit insurance solutions, including payroll integration, automatic billing reconciliation, and streamlined digital onboarding.
Hudson Hill Capital invested in Blue.cloud (Tampa Bay, FL, Canada), an IT service firm offering strategic consulting and implementation services to Fortune 500 customers seeking to digitally transform their data and analytics environments onto next-generation cloud platforms.
Attain Capital Partners invested in Safal Partners (Houston, TX, US), a mission-driven consulting firm focused on delivering world-class services and solutions to clients focused on education, apprenticeships, and career pathways across the nonprofit and government sectors.
Veritas Capital invested in athenahealth (Houston, TX, US), provides integrated, cloud-based technology-enabled solutions for electronic medical record, revenue cycle management, patient management, care coordination, and population health services.
Mainsail Partners invested in ServiceCore (Lakewood, CO, US), a provider of cloud-based business management software purpose-built for the liquid waste and roll-off industries. The software is built to manage work orders, dispatch, billing, payments, and inventory.