- Malte’s management and key personnel will co-invest alongside Accent
- Accent Equity is a buy-out investment firm based in Stockholm, Sweden
- CapMan is a Nordic private asset firm with assets worth over €5bn
CapMan Buyout has agreed to sell its shares in Malte Månson, an independent service and repair provider for trucks and transportation vehicles, to Accent Equity.
Malte Månson is headquartered in Örebro, Sweden. The firm employs 180 people and recorded sales of around SKr360 million ($34.5 million; €32.3 million) last year.
The transaction is likely to close during the spring of 2023, subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing terms.
CapMan first invested in Malte Månson in 2014 and has assisted the growth of the company’s workshop chain organically and via acquisitions, according to a release.
“Over the past few years, Malte Månson has embraced a growth-oriented winning culture rooted in customer satisfaction,” said Tobias Karte, partner at CapMan Buyout. “The company has an exceptionally satisfied customer base with frequently returning customers and a high propensity to recommend Malte Månson to others.”
Malte’s management and key personnel will co-invest alongside Accent Equity.
“Based on Malte Månson’s market leading position, customer centric culture and highly skilled team, the company is well positioned for continued growth,” said Mikael Strand, associate partner at Accent Equity.
Accent Equity is a buy-out investment firm in the Nordic region. The firm is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
Based in Helsinki, CapMan is a Nordic private asset firm with more than €5 billion in assets that employs around 190 people in Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, London, and Luxembourg.