Olympus capital

One Firm

Every company has potential, but only a few fully realize it.

Olympus has a simple yet differentiated decision making process, grounded in our team work philosophy: Our Investment Committee meets everyday.

Critical issues are identified, discussed, ranked and investigated early and often. Our forward-thinking decision-making process accelerates the discussion of deal points, resulting in efficient use of resources, inclusive decision making across all levels, a broad range of perspectives, and most importantly, all Olympus professionals “owning” every deal.

The result: Olympus Partners operates as One Firm.

True Growth Partners

“We’ve been working with Olympus for several years, and truly appreciate their real partnering attitude. Since the first day, their entire team has remained highly engaged, alleviating the need to constantly re-educate them on our business objectives. They ask provocative questions and remain extremely supportive of management’s initiatives as our business outgrew its initial footprint. In addition to their strong knowledge of our industry and the capital markets, they are very well connected and can add real value. We find them to be genuine caring human beings who we enjoy sharing a glass of wine over dinner.”

- Alice Tillet, CEO
Petmate, Inc.

Applying Best Practices

“When I decided to partner with Olympus, I wanted a private equity firm who would help me seamlessly spin out of the large multi-national that we were a part of and then help build the business. Olympus has greatly exceeded my expectations – we were able to completely separate from our former parent organization under budget and quicker than anticipated while at the same time dramatically growing our top and bottom lines. Drawing on their extensive experience with other human capital business they have also helped improve our strategies and some of our critical processes. I couldn’t be happier.”

- David Alexander, CEO

Building a Great Company

“Acquisitions have been a big part of Tank’s success under Olympus’ first investment from 2008 through 2012 and acquisitions have been a driving force of the success that we have had since Olympus re-partnered with us in 2019.  Olympus has helped us identify new and different channels that have really helped us transform the business since 2019. In addition to working with us to refine our acquisition strategy and identify targets, Olympus lets the management team do what we do best and minimizes the potential for disruption.  Olympus’ knowledge of our company and markets and their appetite to continue our acquisition strategy have made them the ideal partner.”

- Greg Wade, CEO
Tank Holding Corp.

Beyond the Investment Horizon

“Working with the team at Olympus was great.  My entire team and the entire Olympus team had a wonderful relationship built upon openness, respect and not taking everything too seriously.  They were very personable, which enabled us to connect on a personal level, talking about music, wine, or sharing stories about our respective families.  Olympus helped us grow the business three fold in less than three years. Having now had experience working with seven different Private Equity funds I must say that they were the best of an already high quality group and we have remained friends and colleagues ever since.”

- Mike Evans, CEO
The Waddington Group

Forging New Paths

“Olympus has been an excellent partner in helping us transition Ritedose from simply a contract manufacturer to a generic drug company. They were instrumental in shaping the strategy for this new business model, and helped us quickly develop the necessary capabilities through their network of industry experts. Within three years, our direct sales business grew into a leading player in our category and accounted for nearly half the Company’s earnings. Olympus accessibility and responsiveness, as well as the analytical framework they helped us develop, allowed us to make quick decisions to capture this opportunity.”

- Umesh Dalvi, CEO
The Ritedose Corporation

Darwin would be proud.
The evolution of the Olympus Partners funds.

Circumstances may change, however our Investment Philosophy has not.

Our strategy has stood the test of time. Since Olympus’ first $101 million fund in 1988 we’ve grown to over $8.5 billion of total committed capital.

Olympus General Partners have an average tenure of over 28 years and the average tenure across the entire investment staff is over 14 years. This same group has a proven track record across over 100 direct investments and over 130 add-ons completed by our portfolio companies.

Sours: https://www.olympuspartners.com/

Olympus Partners

American private equity firm

Olympus Partners is a private equity firm founded in 1988 to make equity investments in middle market leveraged buyouts and growth capital financings. Although the firm invests in a wide array of industries, over time it has developed deep knowledge and experience in the following sectors:

  • Business services
  • Logistics and transportation services
  • Healthcare manufacturing and services
  • Financial services
  • Consumer and restaurants
  • Industrial and packaging

The firm is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut with approximately 20 employees. Among the firm's most notable current and prior investments are Pregis, IXS, Amspec, Foodware Group, Ennis-Flint, Vaco, PSAV, Tank Holding Corp., Centerplate, Churchill Financial, National Pizza Corporation, Phoenix Services, The Waddington Group, Ann's House of Nuts, Ariel Re, Entrust, K-MAC Enterprises, Symmetry Medical, and TravelCenters of America. Since its inception, Olympus has made primary investments in over 84 companies and has completed over 114 add-on acquisitions.


Olympus Partners was founded in 1988 and has eight General Partners. The General Partners average over 22 years of experience at Olympus, and over 26 years of experience within private equity.

Since its inception in 1988, Olympus has raised seven institutional private equity funds, with total investor commitments of approximately $8.5 billion:

  • 1990 - Olympus Private Placement Fund - $101 million
  • 1994 – Olympus Growth Fund II - $268 million
  • 1998 – Olympus Growth Fund III - $505 million
  • 2003 – Olympus Growth Fund IV - $758 million
  • 2007 – Olympus Growth Fund V - $1.53 billion
  • 2013 – Olympus Growth Fund VI - $2.3 billion
  • 2017 – Olympus Growth Fund VII - $3.0 billion

Olympus is also well known for its blog on investments in private equity.


Olympus Partners has been recognized by Preqin Ltd., a provider of alternative asset research and data, as one of the most consistent Private Equity managers in the world, with four of its five fully invested buyout funds ranked in the top quartile.

Robert S. Morris[edit]

Robert S. Morris is an American private equity business executive who is the founder and Managing Partner of Olympus Partners. Prior to founding Olympus in 1988, he worked in various executive positions for General Electric in manufacturing, financial services, and for GE's Pension Fund.


Morris graduated from Hamilton College with an AB in 1976. At Hamilton, he hosted a weekly comedy sketch program in the College Chapel. He received his M.B.A. degree from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College in 1980.


Morris began his career in Holland, Michigan on the Financial Management Program for General Electric's Hermetic Motor Department. He left GE in 1978 to earn his MBA at Dartmouth. He returned to GE's Metallurgical Division in Columbus, OH in a financial analyst role. In 1981, he moved to Stamford, CT to become Manager of Financial Analysis of GE's commercial Real Estate Business and in 1983 he founded the private equity department for the GE Pension Fund. As Senior Vice President of GEIC, the Pension Fund Manager, he grew the asset value to $1.6 Billion before founding Olympus Partners in September 1988. The first Olympus Fund, The Olympus Private Placement Fund, of $101 MM, was raised amidst the strong investor backlash over the RJR Nabisco buyout and the Drexel Burnham bankruptcy. Since 1988, Olympus has now raised over $8.5 Billion in Institutional Funds. Morris has served as Chairman of the Board of dozens of Olympus portfolio companies. He is also the author of the well-known humorous private equity blog featured on the Olympus website.


Morris is a trustee of Hamilton College. He is former Chairman and continues as a trustee of the Waterside School, an inner city independent school in Stamford, CT. He is deeply involved in designing and funding research for regenerative medicine. He has actively advised and funded young neurological disease management companies. For the past two decades, he has taught private equity courses at the Tuck School and before that at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is the author of the travelog “Don’t Lean out the Window”.


External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympus_Partners
  1. 110 hertz monitor
  2. Male furry wolf
  3. Taurus 66 upgrades
  4. Marine power amplifier
  5. 275 thread count sheets

Olympus Capital Asia Portfolio Exits

Olympus Capital, Triodos, others invest pre-IPO money in Utkarsh Small Finance Bank

Mar 22, 2021

By SHARE Utkarsh Small Finance Bank has raised Rs 240.5 crore (around $33 million) through a private placement of shares ahead of a proposed initial public offering. Participants in this round include Olympus Capital Asia, responsAbility, Aavishkaar Bharat Fund, Triodos, and Growth Catalyst Partners. Kotak Mahindra Capital, the investment banking arm of Kotak Mahindra, acted as the financial advisor to Utkarsh on this round. The development comes after the Varanasi-based bank filed a draft red herring prospectus for an IPO earlier this month. Per the DRHP, the offer would comprise a fresh issue up to Rs 750 crore and an offer for sale up to Rs 600 crore by promoter Utkarsh CoreInvest Ltd. The firm will use the net proceeds from the IPO to augment its Tier-I capital base. It may also consider a Rs 250 crore pre-placement offer in consultation with lead managers to its offer, which include ICICI Securities, IIFL Securities, and Kotak Mahindra Capital. The bank was incorporated in 2016 and began operations the next year. As of September, it had 528 outlets serving 2.74 million customers in rural and semi-urban areas in states including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand. It says its deposits and disbursements have grown at a compound annual rate of 54.48% and 33.66%, respectively, between 2017-18 and 2019-20. According to VCCEdge, Utkarsh reported Rs 1,307.7 crore in earned interest for 2019-20, and net profit of Rs 766 crore for the same period.

Sours: https://www.cbinsights.com/investor/olympus-capital-holdings-asia
Olympus Capital Holdings Asia LLC
CRD #157522
SEC #801-74135
AUM $1.1 BB (100% Disc, 100% US, 2021-03-30)
Employees 47 (57% Investors, 0% Brokers)
Address75 Virginia Road
North White Plains, NY 10603
Source[IAPD] [Website]
Total AUM ($MM)

{"search": "https://aum13f.com/search", "clicked": "https://aum13f.com/clicked", "portfolio_add": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-add", "portfolio_remove": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-remove", "portfolio_create": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-create", "portfolio_activate": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-activate", "portfolio_delete": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-delete", "portfolio_rename": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-rename", "portfolio_color": "https://aum13f.com/portfolio-color", "home_filter": "https://aum13f.com/filter", "htmlspeed": "https://aum13f.com/htmlspeed", "add_tag_firm": "https://aum13f.com/add-tag-firm", "add_tag_click": "https://aum13f.com/add-tag-click", "stripe_checkout": "https://aum13f.com/stripe_checkout"}

{"uid": 20613051, "pid": -1, "pid_a": [], "name": "", "email": "", "blacklist_f": false, "paywall_f": false, "paywall_n": 0, "random_n": 0}



Sours: https://aum13f.com/firm/olympus-capital-holdings-asia-llc

Capital olympus

Singapore-based private equity arm Olympus Capital Asia’s credit arm has spun out to form a new venture, Orion Credit Capital Asia Pte Ltd, it said on Monday.

"In December, the management team, which has spearheaded private credit efforts of Olympus Capital Asia since 2012, spun out from Olympus Capital Asia and rebranded the private credit business as Orion Capital Asia," it said in a statement.


As part of this transition, Orion Credit Capital has secured an equity investment from OMERS (Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System), a Canadian pension fund.


In a statement, Orion Credit said it will focus on direct lending in the Asia-Pacific region and will manage investment vehicles that will provide medium-term secured loans to mid-market enterprises sponsored by PE firms and local entrepreneurs.

The loans provided by these vehicles will help target companies finance their growth and acquisitions, with investments involving diverse sectors and bespoke solutions.

The development comes nearly a year after VCCircle reported that Olympus Capital Asia Credit was raising a new fund that would have a larger allocation for Indian companies. At the time, VCCircle also reported that Olympus had marked the first close of this second fund.

Meanwhile, the equity investment from OMERS will help Orion Credit Capital Asia strengthen its platform and accelerate its growth plans, it said in a statement.

“Growing our investment footprint in Asia is a strategic priority for OMERS and this investment is an important initiative in achieving our goals,” said Ashish Goyal, OMERS capital markets Asia senior managing director.

Rise of private credit

The spinoff of Orion Credit and the investment by OMERS also represents the continued rise in interest that private credit as an asset class is seeing from firms and limited partners.

Factors such as firms switching from the non-banking financial company (NBFC) model to asset managers chasing the premiums offered by this instrument have played a part in this trend.

OMERS, for example, is not the only Canadian pension fund to have invested in a private credit fund. In September, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan tied up with Edelweiss Alternate Asset Advisors Ltd for a private debt platform that aims to invest $350 million (about Rs 2,565 crore) in India.

At the time, the two entities said the platform will focus on “performing and distressed private credit investment opportunities in the country”.

In February 2020, Canadian pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and India’s Piramal Asset Management Pvt. Ltd jointly floated a private credit financing platform with a corpus of $300 million (about Rs 2,200 crore).

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board also struck a private credit deal via a fund format by investing in Bain Capital and Piramal Group’s India Resurgence Fund near the end of 2019.

Sours: https://www.vccircle.com/orion-credit-spins-out-of-olympus-capital-secures-investment-from-omers/


You will also be interested:


1745 1746 1747 1748 1749