Who we are.
What we do
We buy companies from entrepreneurs, founders and family owners. We are supportive shareholders to the company’s managers, helping them to drive organic growth.
Typically, we aim to double a company’s revenues within the first 3-to-5 years.
What we look for
A talented and ambitious management team
Significant growth potential that could be realised by a supportive owner with operational skills and deep international network.
Operating in fragmented markets, with the opportunity to make bolt-on acquisitions.
Above all, we seek people who share our values of integrity, respect, hard-work and openness.
Ethics & conduct
We take our responsibilities seriously. As company-owners, we are careful to ensure that people who engage with our businesses are treated fairly and with respect.
We are mindful of human rights throughout the investment cycle, and where practical and relevant, we incorporate human rights into our policies and risk-assessments. In particular, we are uncompromising on health & safety in the workplace, we consider supply-chain labour conditions and modern slavery risk.
Our track record
Elaghmore-backed TVS Interfleet expands its offering with the acquisition of Wilcox Commercial Vehicles, a leading British manufacturer of commercial vehicle trailer bodies.
Elaghmore acquires Formaplex, a leading integrated manufacturer and supplier of lightweight component solutions to the global automotive, motorsport, aerospace, medical and defence markets.
Successful closing of £30m top-up to Elaghmore Fund 1.
Elaghmore has acquired one of the UK’s leading signage businesses, Blaze Signs Holdings Ltd (“Blaze”).
Blaze Signs will join Kesslers and Gardners as part of the Elaghmore-owned Hexcite Group.
New investment: Chaucer Foods, the global freeze-dried fruit specialist.
Ely Chemicals is successfully sold.
First investment: Dane Group, a leading producer of pigments for fluorescent paints