H2 Equity Partners new Investor in MPS
Multi Pilot Simulations BV (MPS) forms partnership with H2 Equity Partners
16 December 2016 - for immediate release
MPS is proud to announce that H2 Equity Partners (H2) made a major investment in the company. H2 will support the existing MPS management team of the fast-growing Fixed Base Simulator manufacturer of the Netherlands in its growth plans. The successful strategy of the company will remain unchanged. H2 replaces amongst others Mainport Innovation Fund as shareholder, who joined MPS in 2011. Together with H2 as a new investor MPS can continue to independently serve the growing aviation training market with its high-end and very competitive Fixed Base Simulators.
Harmen Geerts, Partner H2 Equity Partners: “H2 has been very impressed with the highly innovative products and services of MPS and with its management team. We believe there is an increasing need for professional Fixed Base Simulators to enable the best possible training for the growing number of pilots of jet aircrafts globally. We look forward to supporting Multi Pilot Simulations in its next phase of growth.”
Dick Verburg, President and CEO Multi Pilot Simulations: “We are very excited to have such a professional party as H2 Equity Partners as our new investor. We thank Mainport Innovation Fund for their trust and support in MPS over the last 5 years. I am looking forward to work with H2 and my management team to further grow our simulator business and to continue to contribute to flight training quality and aviation safety.”
About H2 Equity Partners:
H2 Equity Partners, founded in 1991, is an independent investment firm with offices in Amsterdam and London. H2 focuses on medium sized companies with profitable growth potential in the Benelux, the United Kingdom and Germany. H2 offers these companies a combination of capital and active support by the H2 team. H2 has a strong track record in building strong companies with sustainable profitable growth. H2 manages a portfolio of 12 companies, with a turnover of approximately EUR €1.5 billion.