About BWB Partners
BWB Partners is an independent owner-led Danish investment firm investing in small and medium-size companies with a turnover of up to DKK 750 million and strong growth potential.
BWB Partners was founded in 2015 in connection with the reorganisation of the former Odin Equity Partners funds. As part of this reorganisation, the investor base was renewed, a generational change in the management of BWB Partners was concluded, and investors added further commitments to the funds.
The management team at BWB Partners consists of Jacob Bergenholtz, Lars Thorsgaard Jensen and Peter Johansen.
BWB Partners P/S manages two funds investing on behalf of Danish and international investors. Both funds are actively investing and looking at new investment opportunities.
BWB Partners I has a capital commitment of DKK 1.3 billion, while BWB Partners II has a capital commitment of DKK 1.0 billion.
With the renewal of the investors base in 2015, BWB Partners received further commitments for investing in small and medium-sized Danish companies. Both funds have a life span going several years forward.
The management company (BWB Partners P/S) as well as the investment funds BWB Partners I and BWB Partners II are subject to registration and therefore only partly subject to the AIFM Act. The annual accounts for the management and the investments funds (BWB Partner I K/S and BWB Partners II K/S) are released in the Danish state’s Central Business Register (CVR).
If you would like to hear more about these funds, please contact BWB Partners by e-mailing email@example.com.
The investor base at BWB Partners includes both Danish and international institutional investors and dedicated private-equity investors (fund-of-funds).
The management and staff of BWB Partners have also committed significant investment capital to the funds.
BWB Partners I
The investors in BWB Partners I consist of Danish pension funds (10.1%), foreign financial investors (89.5%), and other foreign investors (0.4%).
BWB Partners II
The investors in BWB Partners II consist of Danish pension funds (14.6%), foreign financial investors (84.2%) and other foreign investors (1.2%).