Pergam Aurickx 2
Co-investment vehicle managed by Pergam and advised by Aurickx Capital.
(FPCI: Fonds Professionnel de Capital Investissement (Professional Fund for Capital Investment) - closed for subscription)
Co-investing in listed companies alongside reputable private equity players in France and abroad
Investment policy :
Building a diversified portfolio around LBO or growth transactions with value creation potential, quality management and alignment with its investors.
Pergam Aurickx 2 favours a "club deal" spirit with its investors. It brings together a limited number of investors from the world of enterprise, CEOs, entrepreneurs and family offices.
* An FPCI involves risks of capital loss, risks of illiquidity of the units subscribed and of the underlying assets. In addition, we draw your attention to the risks involved in estimating the value of companies. For further information, please refer to the Key Investor Information Document and/or the Prospectus available on request.
Pergam and Aurickx Capital (Charles-Henri Le Bret) have established numerous relationships with private equity funds, investment banks and international family groups. Pergam Aurickx II offers a unique opportunity to co-invest with the leading private equity players under privileged conditions.
A French company specialised in in-vitro testing. It develops, manufactures and sells instruments and chemical agents for analysing proteins to detect certain diseases (Multiple Myeloma). Initiated by CVC, the acquisition of Sebia was completed in January 2018.
Europe's leading network of regional modular cement plants that set up small, standardised, modular and demountable clinker production units in selected markets. Founded in 2015 by specialists in the sector and supported from the outset by PERGAM, Cem'in'Eu is an industrial start-up that is developing an innovative concept for the production and marketing of cement with a controlled carbon footprint and by bringing 3 major breakthroughs: the installation of grinding stations at the heart of the markets, redesigned multimodal logistics (river and rail) and innovative bags made of recycled and recyclable polyethylene.
An American company founded in 2011 in the United States by Julie Wainwright and the market leader in the online second hand sale of luxury goods and accessories. This market place allows its members to buy and sell luxury goods after they have been authenticated and inspected by the company's dedicated teams. This fundraising was organised by the American funds e.Ventures and Greycroft, historical relations of Pergam (March 2019). The company was listed on Nasdaq on 28 June 2019. Pergam sold its entire position in Q1 2021.
Ecomiam is the 3rd largest specialist distributor of fresh frozen products in France with 27 shops, mainly in Brittany, and an annual turnover growth rate of 40%. The company differentiates itself from its competitors (Picard and Thiriet) thanks to its original concept of selling frozen products developed around a short range of 300 100% French products, mostly unprocessed, and by developing with the use of affiliates. It is present on the Internet and the company delivers within 48 hours anywhere in metropolitan France. The company was listed on the stock market on 9 October 2020.
EyeCare Partners is a vertically integrated medical platform founded in 2015 and a leader in eye care in the United States. The company covers all of a patient's eye care needs. In a highly fragmented market, EyeCare Partners is consolidating the sector through the acquisition of independent firms and aims to double its business volume in 5 years. This investment is made alongside the Swiss investment fund Partners Group, which acquired the Group in January 2020.
Fenergo is a provider of software solutions developed to enable banks to manage compliance and customer lifecycle management, from customer onboarding to KYC (know your customers), as well as combating money laundering. Created in 2008, 30 of the top 50 banks in the world already use Fenergo's services, which offer a wide geographical coverage (+100 jurisdictions covered). Following the postponement of the company's IPO due to Covid, Astorg and Bridgepoint pre-empted and acquired the company in July 2021.
Founded in 2017, CitizenPlane is an airline ticket clearance platform for tour operators and airlines. The company acts as an application programming interface (API) between holders of free seat inventory (tour operators, airlines, etc.) and players in the online distribution of airline tickets such as Kayak, Liligo, eDreams, GoVoyages and Google Flights. The transaction was led by Isaï, the company's historical shareholder.
Leading American company in the provision of doctors and medical staff to hospitals and clinics. It also owns and manages outpatient surgical sites. Initiated by KKR, the acquisition of Envision Healthcare was completed in November 2018.
Founded in 2007, this French company is active in the promotion and development of decentralised solar electricity production sites on roofs or covered car parks at the sites of the Casino Group, in the management of the energy efficiency of buildings and in the supply and purchase of energy for its clients. Co-investment with Tikehau in January 2019.
Formerly a French subsidiary of the Danish group ISS, SAPIAN (formerly Hygiène & Prévention) is one of the French leaders in building hygiene and safety services and operates in four segments: air hygiene, sanitation, pest control and fire protection. The group is present throughout France and has over 48,000 active accounts. Primary LBO led by Weinberg Capital Partners in 2019.
Fetch Rewards is a consumer application that reinvents affiliate programs. The company was founded by Wes Schroll in 2012. Each user scans their shopping tickets to collect monetisable points to be redeemed with hundreds of rewards. Fetch Rewards is free to the consumer, but brands that are present in the application and wish to have access to user data have to pay. At the end of September 2020, Fetch had 4.2 million active users. This fundraising was conducted in December 2020 by ICONIQ and DST Global.
Founded in 1983 by Yves Journel, DomusVi is a private European player in retirement homes: The 3rd largest group of EHPADs (retirement homes) in France and the number one group in the Spanish market. Its offer consists of retirement homes (medical and non-medical), home care and psychological care. In a fragmented market, DomusVi is actively participating in the consolidation of the sector and aims to become the world leader in care for the elderly, with a broader spectrum of intervention from retirement homes to dependency care. The investment was made in June 2021 with ICG reinvesting alongside SGS, the investment vehicle of Yves Journel.
Founded by Thierry Bourdoncle, the eponymous group owns some twenty brasseries and restaurants in Paris, Arcachon, Megève and Normandy, and operates under management contract some ten restaurants (including Sénéquier in Saint Tropez). Each of the Group's restaurants has an exceptional location, its own identity, and traditional cuisine based on fresh produce and quality service. Investment made in June 2021 with Weinberg Capital Partners.
Founded in 2018, Sorare is a fantasy football platform that allows you to buy, trade and resell digitised cards of football players. The issuance and sale of new cards is done by creating Non Fungible Tokens (NFT) sold at auction. Players then form teams to compete in tournaments and receive rewards in the form of rare cards or Ethereum payments. At the time of the investment, the company had signed with more than 130 clubs worldwide and 5 major leagues. Investment made with Headline in the $680m Series B led by Softbank in July 2021.