Management buyouts

Our buyout funds focus on supporting entrepreneurs, owners and management teams of small business throughout the UK.

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Funds to support MBOs, shareholder restructuring and acquisitions

£3m - £10m including capacity for follow on investment

All sectors including manufacturing, business services and brands

Businesses across the UK, often with international expansion plans

Minimum maintainable annual profits around £1m

Clear strategy to scale alongside an investment partner

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The Protein Works

“Partnering with YFM will help us to make this unique brand truly global and give millions more the opportunity to snack healthy on everything from Protein Crunkies to Loaded Nut Butters.”

Mark Coxhead, co-founder and MD of The Protein Works

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DSP

“DSP is seeing unprecedented levels of demand for its services, especially from organisations that are beginning to realise the strategic value of hybrid private and public cloud data platforms. We are looking forward to working closely with YFM to enable us to deliver our growth plans and reach the Company’s true potential. ”

Simon Goodenough, CEO of DSP

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Indigo Telecom Group

“The business grew tremendously in the two years following the MBO. It's been an exciting period and we have welcomed the support and financial backing of YFM through to the exit.”

Stephen Thompson, CEO of Indigo Telecom Group

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FourNet

“We are looking forward to working with YFM to continue to provide award winning support and managed services for our customers and their mission critical infrastructures, and to help them adopt the right technologies to transform their communications and customer experience.”

Richard Pennington, MD of FourNet

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Gill

“These are exciting times for Gill. YFM has supported us through a period of significant expansion and played a key role in helping us achieve our success.”

Jamie Tunnicliffe, CEO of Gill

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