Since inception the Charme Funds have raised capital of approximately €1bn and invested in companies with strong growth and internationalisation prospects.

  • Charme I

    Charme I, a €186m fund raised in 2003 and now fully realised, was focused on investments in the consumer and luxury sector in Italy. Prominent investments include the Poltrona Frau Group, with a build-up strategy through the acquisitions of Poltrona Frau, Cassina and Cappellini to create the global leader in high-end design furniture.

    Click here to view a case study on the Poltrona Frau Group

    Charme I portfolio companies include

  • Charme II

    Charme II was a €340m fund raised in 2009 and now fully realised. Prominent investments include Octo Telematics, world leader in the supply of telematics services for the insurance sector, and Bellco, which is active in the business of blood filtration for chronic, acute and newborn patients.

    Click here to view a case study on Octo Telematics

    Charme II portfolio companies include

  • Charme III

    Charme III was launched in 2015 with total commitments of €650m and a broader pan-European investment strategy focused on mid-market investments across a range of business sectors in Europe, with a particular focus on UK, Spain and Italy. It targets fast growing mid-market companies with an enterprise value of €100m to €500m, where it can partner with shareholders and management teams to unlock potential and deliver transformational growth, both organically and through M&A. This allows companies to reinforce their market positioning and in many cases to expand internationally.

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