SVG Capital

SVG Capital listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1996 and is a leading private equity investor.

Private equity can provide superior returns through its long term ownership model, alignment of interest and bias to value creation through strategic and operational change.

With net assets of over £1bn, SVG Capital invests across the private equity asset class providing shareholders with a balanced single point access to private equity and private equity related assets. We invest across geographies, managers and investments, accessing different parts of the private equity asset class in an efficient and cost effective way.

Type
Public
HQ
London, GB
Founded
1996
Size (employees)
22 (est)+10%
SVG Capital was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in London, GB

SVG Capital Office Locations

SVG Capital has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Kean House 6 Kean St

SVG Capital Data and Metrics

SVG Capital Financial Metrics

GBP

Market capitalization (26-Jun-2017)

175.7 m

Closing share price (26-Jun-2017)

7.4
SVG Capital's current market capitalization is £175.7 m.
Show all financial metrics

SVG Capital Market Value History

Traffic Overview of SVG Capital

SVG Capital News and Updates

The SVG Capital wind-up kicks-off

The starting gun was today fired on the winding-up of SVG Capital (SVG) following a tumultuous couple of months late this summer. Investors will be able to sell up to £350m of the company's shares from today, priced at 715p each. The offer will be open until 15 December and is part of a series of…

SVG board gives HarbourVest takeover green light after forcing up price

The board of SVG Capital (SVG) has accepted an increased takeover offer from US behemoth HarbourVest that will likely draw to a close a tumultuous month of punches and counter-punches between the two parties. The confirmation of the deal was announced this afternoon and will mean SVG shareholders…

HarbourVest delivers a fresh twist to the SVG saga

A bidding war for SVG Capital (SVG) has ignited after HarbourVest upped its offer in an attempt to challenge the board's previously preferred option. SVG is in detailed discussions with a group of investors led by Goldman Sachs and the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), who came in w…
Show more

SVG Capital Company Life and Culture

You may also be interested in