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Alantra buys stake in Spanish investment strategy firm

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

Private markets manager Alantra Partners agreed to acquire a 40% stake in Spanish alternatives manager MCH Investment Strategies.

Madrid-based investment strategy firm MCH Investment, which is focused on investors in Italy, Portugal, and Spain, will boost Alantra's business by €3 billion ($3.6 billion) in assets under management, said a press release from the global investment bank and corporate finance firm.

"By partnering with Alantra, MCH Investment Strategies will accelerate its growth plan by expanding its geographical reach across Europe, growing its investor base through access to a wider pool of institutional investors, and increasing its product offering by reaching new alternative asset managers," the release said.

MCH Investment Strategies is an independent product specialist that selects best-in-class international asset management firms and structures alternative investment funds, it said.

MCH Investment Strategies was founded by Tasio del Castaño and Alejandro Sarrate with the support of the partners of MCH Private Equity, who held a minority stake in MCH Investment Strategies until their exit. MCH PE and MCH Investment Strategies will continue to operate as two completely independent entities as they have done to date.

Through this partnership, Alantra will expand its financial services offering by adding a new business pillar to its Investment Banking, Credit Portfolio Advisory, and Alternative Asset Manag......................

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