Private Capital

We select excellent SMEs with high growth potential, develop products and services, talk directly with entrepreneurs and business management, invest in successful business and development projects

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Real economy

Italy is a country of small and medium-sized enterprises, representing 99% of the national productive base. Investing in SMEs means supporting the country’s economy, increasing its propensity to internationalize and boosting the social role of institutional investors

Occupation

Investments in technology and human resources to increase productivity and retain jobs thanks to greater added value produced

Revenue

Increased competitiveness through productivity and cost optimization to expand market shares

Growth

The optimization of the structure allows the adoption of internal and external growth strategies according to the opportunities presented

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Italian SMEs

About 98% of unlisted joint stock companies have a turnover of less than € 100m and over 65% less than € 5m. With the crisis, a real natural selection of companies has taken place: only the most solid have remained solvent and their risk profile has improved overall. Among these, over 5% is a world leader in terms of product type

  • < 2 mln€ 27.2%
  • 2-5 mln€ 39.6%
  • 5-100 mln€ 31.6%
  • > 100 mln€ 1.5%

Most of the Italian Small-Medium Enterprises are not listed, but constitute 99% of the national productive base. Italy is the country with thelargest number of private companies among the main European economies

  • Italia 79%
  • Francia 55%
  • Germania 67%
  • Regno unito 72%
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Private Capital

We encourage the development of small and medium-sized Italian companies through specialized Private Debt and Private Equity vehicles with strategies growth and buyout

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Companies

Italian companies, selected by Anthilia in order to diversify their portfolio both geographically and sectorally, are characterized by good operating profitability, cash generation capacity, presence of quality management, clear opportunities for dimensional growth and development of lines of business

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Investors

Private Capital funds are created for institutional customers consisting of: banks, insurance companies, pension funds and other specialized institutional investors. The allocation in Private Capital is consistent with medium-long term investment objectives

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