Minority shareholders and Ibéris Capital have acquired Sanindusa
The minority shareholders, together with Ibéris Capital, have acquired Sanindusa from the majority shareholders.
The minority shareholders include four families. Ibéris Capital is a private equity fund founded in 2017 by four partners with a shared vision of the available opportunities in the Portuguese economy. Currently, it has over US$285 million assets under management and a diversified base of more than 500 investors.
Sanindusa is one of the main national leaders in the production of sanitary equipment. With five industrial units in Portugal, the company covers the following main areas: ceramics, acrylic baths and shower trays, faucets and fireclay. Sanindusa is also present in Spain and the UK.
Oaklins’ team in Portugal acted as M&A buy-side advisor to the minority shareholders, including bank financing of the transaction and negotiation with private equity firm Ibéris Capital.
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