FyreFem Fund Managers / Firebird Fund Managers

FUND MANAGER DETAILS
Year Fund Started 2017
Type of Fund Manager Fund Management
Regulatory License Number 49359
Total Number of Investments to Date 2
Number of Investment Executives 2
Principal Office Address 17 Cortwood Close, Simbithi, 4390
Key Contact Person and Designation Cathy Goddard
BEE Ownership Majority Black and female owned
Company Description We have our roots in business rescue and private equity. We are passionate about making a difference in the world through the allocation of capital with impact. Our name comes from our desire and commitment to contribute to towards the development and transformation of the private equity industry and to be more representative of women. In our unique position we seek to meaningfully transform not only our own work environment but that of our portfolio companies through specialised post-investment strategies. FyreFem will work closely with its Portfolio Companies to ensure transformation of women staff takes place at every level i.e. Board, Management and Staff. We seek to empower women through our “FyreFly Development Programme”.
Telephone Cathy Goddard
E-mail cathy@fyrefem.com
Website www.fyrefem.com/firebird-advisors
FUND DETAILS
Name of Fund Firebird Revitalization Fund
Committed Capital of Fund R500 million
Fund Structure Discuss with manager
Nature of Fund Fix and build strategy
Number of Portfolio Companies 2
INVESTMENT PREFERENCES
Minimum Investment R5 million
Maximum Investment R30 million
Average Current Investment Size R20 million
Industry Preference
  • Food & beverage
  • Industrial Products and Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Health & Medical & Life Science related
Industry Excluded
  • Not specified
Investment Stage Preference
  • Replacement capital
  • Private Equity
  • Late stages
  • Small
  • Expansion
  • Medium
  • Buyout
  • Mature
  • Growth / Development Capital
  • Buy-in
Investment Stage Excluded
  • Not specified
Minimum and Maximum Equity Usually Taken n/a
Geographical Preferences
  • South Africa