Alcuin Capital Partners specialises in making growth capital investments and supporting management buy-outs in lower-middle market companies based in the UK. Alcuin has been supporting entrepreneurs in this segment of the market for over 25 years.

Our typical investment range is between £2 and £15 million per transaction, although our funding relationships allow us to invest more if required. We invest in buyouts, buy-ins, recapitalisations and acquisition capital opportunities, as well as providing growth or development capital.

Alcuin is a supportive lead investor with a strong preference for owner-managed businesses. We will make both minority and majority investments and are flexible in terms of transaction requirements, focussing instead on working with excellent management teams. Managing a relatively small portfolio, we are able to offer advice and support to growth businesses in many areas, including international expansion, acquisitions, re-financing and exit.

Alcuin will typically look for companies which are led by strong management teams in niche markets having supported entrepreneurs in diverse sectors including retail (coffee, doughnuts, lingerie), technology (saas software, data hosting), waste recycling (waste-to-energy), insurance (Lloyds of London), manufacturing (pest control, telecoms) and leisure (travel, hotels).

Latest News

Koh Thai Tapas »

30th November, 2016
Alcuin Capital Partners is pleased to announce its investment in Koh Thai. Established in 2009 in Bournemouth, Koh currently operates 12 restaurants across Dorset, Wiltshire, Somerset ...

Dovetail Games »

31th October, 2016
Alcuin Capital Partners is pleased to announce a multi-million pound growth capital investment in Dovetail Games, a market-leader in the development and publishing of simulation ...

Lorega voted top in 2016 Broker Service Survey »

14th October, 2016
Lorega Limited, the UK's market leader in claims assistance and loss recovery insurance, has been ranked first for service in the Commercial Lines category of the Insurance Times Broker ...