Small Caps Europe

Amethis supports the international growth of European SMEs

€10-200 M
€10-25 M or more
Ticket size by deal
€20-200 M
Enterprise value
majority and minority
Articles 8* SFDR
EU regulation 2019/2088
*funds that promote environmental or social characteristics

The European strategy focuses on investing in SMEs in Europe, particularly those with internationalization potential to drive additional growth.

It has a selective sectorial approach, targeting key European industries such as Food & Beverage, Industrial Goods & Services, Health & Education, Technology and B2B Services.

Transactions usually are structured as buy-outs with a preference for majority investments.

Amethis European strategy has put ESG and social impact as essential value creation drivers.

The strategy capitalizes on an extensive network across Europe, Africa and the Middle East to leverage local expertise and market presence.

Our Added Value

An extensive international presence, unique in the Small Caps segment
Thanks to Amethis 6 offices and Edmond de Rothschild 11 offices throughout the EMEA regions

Strengthen SMEs equity to finance international footprint/exports
Export, implantations, acquisitions, local partnerships, HR resources

Improve the operational performance of SMEs
External growth, lean management, digital transformation, HR organisation, market intelligence

Increase the impact of portfolio companies
Through continuous training, value sharing and job creation

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Our Impact in Action

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Inclusion of ESG objectives in variable compensation and management packages

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Amethis promotes value-sharing with portfolio companies employees

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Improving the resource consumption of portfolio companies

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Strengthening executive and non-executive functions to ensure long-term sustainability