NPM Capital N.V. is a private equity arm of SHV Holdings NV specializing in buy-out, growth and replacement capital to family-owned businesses, buy and build strategy, mid-market buy-out, development capital, turnaround, bridge, secondary transactions, recapitalization, and investment in other funds. The firm typically invests in all sectors with a focus on food, healthcare, environment, medical, services, manufacturing, internet technology, industrial products and services, e-commerce, energy, and suppliers to the energy sector. It seeks to invest in medium and large companies operating in Benelux. The firm typically invests between €20 million ($28.41 million) to €200 million ($274.30milli...
Amsterdam, 1007 BL
Founded in 1948
Hak Reportedly To Be Sold
Aug 4 15
NPM Capital N.V. will reportedly be selling Hak Food Trading. NPM has hired Rabobank to check the strategical options of the company.
Potential Bidders Reportedly Prepare To Bid For Noordhoff
Nov 20 13
The bankers are working on financing packages of around €330 million ($446 million) to support bids for Noordhoff Uitgevers B.V. being sold off by Bridgepoint Advisers Limited, as private equity firms prepare to submit offers this week, reported Reuters citing banking sources. The bid is attracting a number of potential buyers and private equity firms that could submit first round bids in an auction process include Ares Management LLC, NPM Capital N.V., Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR), Pamplona Capital Management LLP, Providence Equity Partners LLC and Bain Capital, LLC, added the sources. The bankers said that, bankers are preparing debt packages of 5 to 6 times Noordhoff's earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of around €60 million to back private equity bids. Goldman Sachs and ING were hired earlier this year to run a sales process for Noordhoff, which could fetch around €600 million to €700 million, banking sources said. All the private equity firms either declined to comment or were not immediately available to comment. Bridgepoint declined to comment.