We at MCP Capital started our private equity business in 2000 as Mizuho Capital Partners, and over the past 20 years we have continued to manage funds based on the principles of fulfilling our responsibilities to investors by realizing the growth of small and medium-sized companies.
Today, the capital issues surrounding small and medium-sized companies in Japan, such as succession and divestment of corporate groups, are widely recognized and still on the rise, and MCP Capital hopes to play a role in solving these growing social issues. But we wonder—is that enough? As the market is getting matures, is not growth the more essential issue for small and medium-sized companies? We help companies accelerate growth that is sustainable, not temporary, as well as providing support for capital issues. Our philosophy and actions for growth results in stable fund performance. We manage funds with this in mind.
MCP Capital supports companies for sustainable growth. With a view to long-term growth, we take the time to provide support for acquisitions and capital alliances to expand business foundations and domains, including subsequent post-merger integration. If an IPO (listing on a stock exchange) is the best option for sustainable development, we actively support the listing. These are all the results of our ideals manifesting in action, and are achievements accumulated over our history of more than 20 years.
MCP Capital has been, and will continue to be, a partner to both investors and small and medium-sized companies.
We manage funds as a team that brings together our respective expertise and skills under the shared principle of putting the growth of our portfolio companies first. Our investment activities continue over a long period of time, and are based on unwavering team values.Due to this, we maintain high quality and a rich track record.
Prior to MCP Capital, he was involved in private equity investment at MSD Investments. Before that, he worked at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in the private equity fund planning-related business. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of Nissei Holdings.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, he was involved in private equity investment at CITIC Capital, etc. Before that, he was involved in management consulting at Accenture. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of New-Quick.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, he worked as a financial advisor at MUFG Bank and Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities' M&A Advisory Group. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of KODERA, Yamaki Industries and TDM.
Involved in domestic and cross-border M&A advisory and corporate finance business in the investment banking division of a global investment bank from the mid-1990s. Since 2001, he has been involved in the private equity industry, investing in numerous companies and providing post-investment support both domestically and internationally.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, he was involved in automobile-related M&A, PMI and portfolio management improvement support at a trading company. Responsible for overall project work on multiple projects. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of GOO Chemical.
Engaged in corporate finance, M&A advisory, etc., at domestic and U.S. financial institutions. Since the mid-2000s, he has been involved in many investments at MCP Capital.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, she worked for a non-ferrous metals trading company (overseas), a foreign company (purchasing, budget management, public relations), and was involved in private equity operations at a non-life insurance asset management company. At MCP Capital, she has been in charge of investor relations, and fund and GP administration.
Engaged in consulting services related to business restructuring and carve-outs at a global consulting firm. Since the early 2000s, he has been involved in a number of investment projects in private equity and elsewhere, from sourcing projects to providing hands-on support to portfolio companies through to exit.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, he worked at Arthur D. Little Japan, where he provided consulting services such as medium-term management planning, business strategy development, new business development, business restructuring support, M&A (business DD, PMI), etc., mainly for manufacturing and trading companies. Before that, he was involved in M&A, PMI, and asset management related to overseas power-generation projects at Marubeni Corporation. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of GOO Chemical, Japan Home Shield, Komine, and Takasakijimuki.
Prior to joining MCP Capital, he worked in private equity at an investment firm. Before that, he was involved in M&A advisory and statutory auditing, etc., at KPMG. At MCP Capital, he has been in charge of KODERA, GOO Chemical, Takasakijimuki, New-Quick, Kanda Electronics Ind., etc.
Engaged in M&A advisory at SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. Before that, he was involved in japanese corporate transaction operations at domestic and overseas branches, etc. at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.