Private Equity

The MBS Group combines a deep understanding of private equity dynamics with breadth across all consumer-facing industries

We have a strong track record of working with mid-tier and large-cap investors and their portfolio companies, combining our knowledge with an understanding of how to sell the proposition to potential candidates, including those who are new to PE. We work at all stages of the deal cycle with a dedicated private equity team. Leveraging expertise across all of our areas of expertise, we are also able to support private equity investors and their portfolio companies build exceptional functional leadership teams.

Our Experience

Angel Investors
Large-Cap Funds
Mid-Cap Funds
Portfolio Companies
Private Investors
Venture Capitalists

Selected Clients

Key People

Elliott Goldstein

Elliott Goldstein

Managing Partner

Moira Benigson

Moira Benigson

Founder & Chair

I have worked with MBS on a number of assignments and they have consistently delivered a high quality shortlist - at pace. MBS demonstrated that they understood the brief as well as the dynamic between a PE fund and their portfolio companies.

Justin Stead - CEO, Radley & Chairman,

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

26 November 2021 - 8:54

Walter Capital sells stake in fashion eyewear retailer BonLook The Canadian private equity firm has sold its shares in the Montreal-based eyewear retailer to FYidoctors. The addition of BonLook strengthens the FYidoctors portfolio with new opportunities to expand the brand globally. Read more.

25 November 2021 - 9:00

CenterGate exits TSC Apparel CenterGate Capital has sold TSC Apparel, a leading distributor in the wholesale apparel industry, to S&S Active wear, a national wholesaler offering apparel and accessories. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Read more.

24 November 2021 - 8:47

Pret sales rise above pre-pandemic levels Sales at Pret A Manger rose above pre-pandemic levels for the first time. Revenues in Yorkshire led the way, standing 61% above January 2020. London suburbs also saw a 35% rise since the start of the pandemic, as many people continue to work from home. Read more.