- Maileg’s co-founders Dorthe and Erik Mailil will retain a significant stake in the company
- Metric Capital is a European private capital investor headquartered in London
- Stockholm, Sweden-headquartered Scope invests in consumer brands
Metric Capital and Scope have partnered to invest in Maileg, a Danish toy brand. No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
Maileg is headquartered in Herning, Denmark.
Maileg’s co-founders Dorthe and Erik Mailil will reinvest alongside Metric Capital and Scope, and will retain a significant stake in the company, according to a release.
“We are excited to support them in executing their ambitious growth plans by accelerating the firm’s organic growth through both digital and geographic expansion”, said John Sinik, managing partner at Metric Capital Partners.
Metric Capital’s investment in Maileg is its third one in the Nordics since 2013, the release said.
Metric Capital is a European private capital investor headquartered in London. The firm has raised more than €2.7 billion of capital over four funds since its inception in 2012. The firm has exited over half of its investments, generating a realised IRR of 25 percent.
Scope invests in consumer brands and has offices in Stockholm, Sweden and Geneva, Switzerland.
EY, DAHL, Bech-Bruun and White & Case advised Metric Capital and Scope.