Our Current Investments
We invested in Bellrock during 2013 to support the facilities management business’s expansion
The UK’s fastest growing agriculture information company
2008 saw us acquire this home-based care and support provider in a £37m transaction
Coryton Advanced Fuels
We invested in Coryton, a specialist fuel blender, in 2015
We’ve backed this high street retailer’s store roll-out programme since 2011
In 2013 we invested in Isotrak to help it grow in the UK and the US
Sabio is a market-leading service provider of contact centre telecommunications solutions
Sequence Care Group
We invested in Sequence Care Group, a residential care services provider, in 2013
We invested in Style Research, a SaaS-enabled portfolio analytics business, in 2015
Totalmobile develops and supplies enterprise application software that manages the workflow of mobile worker
I’ve worked with a number of private equity firms but Lyceum is different. Many firms talk about teamwork, but those like Lyceum that create genuine partnerships are rare.
Proven experience, operational expertise and industry expertise make Lyceum the perfect partner for the company’s next stage of growth.
Lyceum’s passion and ambition for business were clear differentiators upfront and identified them as a really strong partner from the outset.
Lyceum’s operational framework was a really effective tool for pulling things together and they’ve brought clarity to strategic thinking.
Our Realised Investments
We backed this software provider via a £50m transaction in 2011
We invested in this managed IT services supplier through a £30m deal in 2011
We exited Asquith Schools in 2007 having doubled profits
EBITDA at Asquith Schools grew by almost 100% before we exited in 2004
We’ve backed the growth of this security software business since 2011
Before it was sold to BUPA in 2006, we doubled headcount in the three years during which we supported this the home care business
Compact Media Group
Compact Media is a media rights administrator and distributor, which we have supported since 2010
Between 2000 and 2007 the industrial systems and services provider completed three major add-on acquisitions
We exited the IT services management and governance company in 2010
Profits had more than tripled when we exited the vehicle fleet management supplier in 2008
We helped transform M&C from a family-owned business into the largest outsourced energy management provider in Europe.
With our support the risk management consultancy’s EBITDA rose from £3.1m to £8.6m between 2005 and 2007
When we exited, sales at the heating and electrical systems services business had grown from £65m at acquisition to £116m
The £18m deal we completed in 2007 has supported this clinical trials business’s international growth
UKDN Waterflow is a water and wastewater infrastructure services provider which we have supported since 2010