Bregal Capital Overview

  • Investor Type
  • PE/​Buyout

  • Status
  • Inactive

  • Investments
  • 85

  • Portfolio
  • 3

  • Exits
  • 26


Bregal Capital General Information


Bregal Capital was a private equity firm which specialized in buyouts and development capital investments. The firm preferred to invest in companies operating in the insurance, renewable energy, education and recruitment sectors. It was a subsidiary of Bregal Investments and was headquartered in London, United Kingdom.

Contact Information

Formerly Known As
Englefield Capital
Year Founded
Investor Status
Out of Business
Trade Association
British Venture Capital Association (BRVCA)
Primary Investor Type
Other Investor Types
Primary Office
  • Michelin House, 81 Fulham Road
  • London SW3 6RD
  • England, United Kingdom

Bregal Capital Investments (85)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000000000 13-Jun-2018 0000000000 Industrial Supplies and Parts Generating Revenue
00000000 000000000 07-Jul-2017 0000000000 Specialty Chemicals Generating Revenue
00000000000 01-Apr-2017 000000000000 0000 Financial Software Generating Revenue
000000000 10-Mar-2017 0000000000 Printing Services (B2B) Profitable
The Training Foundation 31-Oct-2016 Buyout/LBO Education and Training Services (B2B) Profitable 000000 0000000
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Bregal Capital Exits (26)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
000000 0000 0000 01-Mar-2020 000000000 00000 00
0000000 0000000 03-Sep-2018 0000000000 00.000
0-000 01-Jan-2018 0000000000: 000000
00000000 00000 08-Aug-2017 0000000000 00000
Bluestep Bank 31-Jul-2017 Buyout/LBO
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