|The Sandoz Family Foundation was established in 1964 by Eduard-Marcel Sandoz. The aim of the Sandoz Family Foundation is to encourage entrepreneurial commitment through long-term holdings in companies in a variety of sectors. Apart from commercial criteria, the Foundation is dedicated to the encouragement of entrepreneurship and innovation as well as to the cultivation of Swiss entrepreneurial tradition. In addition, its investments are directed at a strategic objective concerned with preserving high quality and protecting fundamental social values.|
Aleph Capital is an independent investment firm based in London. The firm focuses on capital investments in European-based companies. Aleph Capital is a long-term capital provider and works closely with management teams, shareholders and other stakeholders to deliver growth in enterprise value over a period of years. Its approach to capital commitment and governance is entirely bespoke, adapted to the specific situation of each company in which it invests. Aleph Capital was founded in 2013 by Hugues Lepic, formerly Head of the Merchant Banking Division and Head of the Principal Investment Area (PIA) of Goldman Sachs in EMEA.
Crestview Partners is a value-oriented private equity firm focused on the middle market. The firm, founded in 2004, is based in New York and manages funds with over $7 billion of aggregate capital commitments. The firm is led by a group of partners who have complementary experience and distinguished backgrounds in private equity, finance, operations and management. The firm’s investments focus primarily on the media, energy, financial services, healthcare and industrial sectors.