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Bright Capital provides a unitranche financing for Natsana GmbH buyout

Natsana GmbH, consisting of three premium nutritional supplement brands, is the market leading seller of proprietary high-quality nutritional supplements on – with additional footprints in drugstores, retail stores and online via its web shop. The debt package provided by Bright Capital and HF Private Debt Fonds enabled the sponsor DOMUM Unternehmer & Kapital GmbH to unite the market leaders in the supplements category with strong long-term growth trends. The business offers a well-diversified product portfolio with a focus on top trending, mostly natural ingredients including amongst others curcuma extract capsules, Vitamin D-3 drops, OPC extract, L-Arginin Capsules etc.


About Domum:

DOMUM invests in German SMEs that face challenges in terms of succession, digitalization, or generally in taking the next big step. DOMUM’s unique approach includes a very active role in supporting day-to-day management as well as leading the execution of strategic projects to foster creation of future-proof structures and processes.


Matthias Mathieu, Founder and Managing Partner at Bright Capital: “We were particularly attracted by Natsana’s strong competitive position and impressive historic growth trajectory achieved by its management team. We are delighted to be backing DOMUM and the management team on this deal and look forward to supporting them in their continued development of Natsana GmbH as a committed partner.”


Marcus Thielking, Managing Partner at DOMUM: “Bright Capital invested the time to understand our business and our objectives in relation to the rather new and complex business model primarily based on Amazon. Bright Capital worked well alongside us throughout the due diligence process, having developed a solution that met all our structuring objectives and helped navigate the transaction to a successful completion.”

Bright Capital and HF Debt co-arrange a unitranche financing for Natsana GmbH buyout

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