Portfolio

At its core, Investcorp is a global mid-market specialist.

Our corporate investment business has over 30 years of investing in mid-market companies across North America, Europe and the MENA region. With more than $36 billion in transaction value, our past and present portfolios include more than 150 investments across a range a sectors, including retail and consumer products, technology, business services and industrials.  

Our real estate team focuses on mid-market core and core-plus investment opportunities throughout the US. Our real estate portfolio ranges across existing office, retail, industrial, multifamily and hospitality properties located primarily in the main 30 US metropolitan areas. Our annual transaction volume is approximately $1 billion per year.

Corporate investment - Technology Investment

    Skrill

    Skrill (formerly Moneybookers) was one of Europe’s leading online payment providers and the UK’s first FSA-licensed (now FCA) e-money issuer. Skrill enabled online merchants and e-commerce consumers to securely and instantaneously send and receive payments online through e-wallets. During the holding period of the investment, Skrill became one of the key global players in the online payments marketplace. In March 2015, publicly listed Optimal Payments acquired Skrill in a deal that valued the company at approximately €1.1 billion.

    Website: www.skrill.com

    Investment: 2007
    Realization: 2015

  • Fleetmatics

    Fleetmatics

    Software-as-a-Service telematics solutions

    Fleetmatics

    Fleetmatics was the fastest growing provider of Software-as-a-Service (‘SaaS’) telematics solutions to the small and medium-sized business (‘SMB’) market. The company was a leader in the telematics market. Leveraging a hosted application, GPS technology and cellular networks, Fleetmatics’ SMB customers were charged monthly subscriptions to track vehicle locations, replay historical routes, receive alerts, and generate key business intelligence reports necessary for profitable fleet management. Fleetmatics was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in October 2012, following an Initial Public Offering.

    Website: www.fleetmatics.com

    Investment: 2008
    Realization: 2013

  • Mania Technologie

    Mania Technologie

    Supplier to global printed circuit board industry

    Mania Technologie

    Mania was a leading supplier and service provider for the global Printed Circuit Board (‘PCB’) industry. The company provided state-of-the-art equipment for the production and quality control of PCBs as well as outsourcing services. The company operated worldwide via an extensive network of production, distribution and outsourcing sites, offering its products and services to customers across the world.

    Investment: 2005
    Realization: 2011

  • Mobileway

    Mobileway

    Content distribution for mobile phone

    Mobileway

    Mobileway was a provider of global wireless access and content distribution mechanisms for mobile phone customers. Mobileway operated a network that connected the SMS gateways of over 90 operators in Europe, Asia and the US, in order to allow personal, corporate and content-driven messages to be delivered across networks and countries. Mobile365 was formed from the merger of InphoMatch, a leader in interoperable data and messaging services for mobile operators, and Mobileway. Mobile365 was acquired by Sybase in November 2006.

    Investment: 2001
    Realization: 2006

  • Skrill

    Skrill

    Online payment provider

    Skrill

    Skrill (formerly Moneybookers) was one of Europe’s leading online payment providers and the UK’s first FSA-licensed (now FCA) e-money issuer. Skrill enabled online merchants and e-commerce consumers to securely and instantaneously send and receive payments online through e-wallets. During the holding period of the investment, Skrill became one of the key global players in the online payments marketplace. In March 2015, publicly listed Optimal Payments acquired Skrill in a deal that valued the company at approximately €1.1 billion.

    Website: www.skrill.com

    Investment: 2007
    Realization: 2015

  • Sophos

    Sophos

    Endpoint security and network access control

    Sophos

    Sophos was a leading international provider of endpoint security and network access control solutions. Through an integrated architecture, its security solutions protect against intrusion and malicious software. Sophos’ endpoint security solution provided a single set of policies to support a variety of operating systems, such as Windows, MAC OS, and Linux. Furthermore, Sophos had a network access control solution which extended its platform to the enforcement of security policies and aimed to restrict network access to endpoints that comply with predefined IT policies. The company focused on serving the enterprise market. With the acquisition of Astaro in July 2011, Sophos extended its offering and significantly enhanced its capabilities in the complementary network security market. In June 2015, Sophos shares were listed on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange (‘LSE’) following an Initial Public Offering.

    Investcorp’s investment in Sophos was the result of an investment in Utimaco, which was merged with Sophos in 2008.

    Website: www.sophos.com

    Investment: 2008
    Realization: 2015

  • Spectel

    Spectel

    Provider of conferencing systems

    Spectel

    Spectel was a leading global provider of conferencing systems at the time of acquisition. Spectel’s hardware and software products provided telecommunication operators, conferencing service providers and corporations with integrated voice, data and web-enabled conferencing systems. Spectel was acquired by Avaya in October 2004.

    Investment: 2002
    Realization: 2004

  • TDX

    TDX

    Analytics-based arrears management solutions

    TDX

    TDX was the leading analytics-based arrears management solution provider for delinquent consumer debt in the UK. TDX had data on over 70% of all defaulted consumer debt and manages debt portfolios for leading financial services companies, utility providers and debt portfolio owners. Its intermediary position provided the company with access to a wide range of information on debt sale, debt purchase, Individual Voluntary Arrangements (‘IVA’s) and recoveries strategy and performance. Through sophisticated analysis of this information, TDX enabled creditors and debt portfolio owners to improve returns on their semi- and non-performing assets. TDX was sold to Equifax in February 2014.

    Investment: 2008
    Realization: 2014

  • Trema

    Trema

    Treasury and cash management software

    Trema

    Trema was a leading provider of treasury and cash management software solutions to central banks, treasury departments of Fortune 500 companies and asset management firms. Trema’s modular financial resource management software suite formed the core infrastructure of corporate treasuries, central banks, commercial banks and asset management firms. Trema was acquired by Wall Street Systems in July 2006.

    Investment: 2005
    Realization: 2006

  • Utimaco

    Utimaco

    IT security solutions to corporations and governments

    Utimaco

    Utimaco was a leading European provider of IT security solutions to corporations and government bodies. Utimaco’s personal device security and transaction security software solutions protect electronic data against unauthorized access and guarantee that business processes in the electronic world are binding and confidential. Utimaco was publicly listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Investcorp sold its remaining stake in September 2005.

    Website: www.utimaco.com
    Investment: 2003
    Realization: 2005

  • Willtek

    Willtek

    Test & measurement equipment for telecom industry

    Willtek

    Willtek was a leading provider of test and measurement equipment for the mobile telecommunications industry – including network operators, service centers and equipment manufacturers. Willtek’s terminal test products were used for checking and calibrating mobile telephones and other wireless devices during factory production, service center repair and for functional tests in sales outlets. Operators of mobile networks used Willtek’s air interface test equipment to plan and constantly improve their radio frequency (‘RF’) network coverage.

    Investment: 2003
    Realization: 2007