The Grupo Bodybell has 240 stores after Juteco competitor acquisition in 2007 and is the leading perfumeries and cosmetics chain in Spain and the number two retailer of high end cosmetics nationwide. The group retails select perfume and cosmetics goods and wholesales consumer health and beauty products. The company’s strategy is based on intensifying the pace of growth successfully executed to date, both organically and through selective add-on acquisitions. The transaction was structured as a BIMBO, led by Francisco Martín-Consuegra (current CEO), who has extensive experience in the retail sector. Before launching this project, he held management positions at Leche Pascual. Two other key managers stayed on: Mr. Carballo (General Manager) and Mr. Cabanas (CFO), both with longstanding experience at the company and in-depth knowledge of the perfumery and cosmetics sector. Investment rationale: Solid growing market Fragmented sector with consolidation opportunities Strong market positioning and brand image


Emfasis is the leading provider of billing and direct marketing services for large corporations, with a strategic focus on the utilities, telecommunications and financial services sector. Dinamia made an initial investment in April 2005 alongside N+1 Capital Privado, and after a buid-up process by which four companies were acquired, Dinamia sold its stake in October 2011 to the industrial player Servinform, a technology and outsourcing services provider and Emfasis' competitor.

Holmes Place

Holmes Place is the leading operator of high-end gyms in the Iberian Peninsula. At the moment of the divestment, the group operated 29 centres in Spain and Portugal, 26 under “Holmes Place” brand and three under “Europolis” brand; additionally, the group also operates eight franchised centres under the “FitnessWorX” brand. Dinamia invested originally in the company in August 2005 and sold its stake in the group to the managing companies of the Holmes Place brand in several European countries.

Laude Laude is one of the largest chains of private, bilingual schools in Spain. Pupils are aged between two and 18. The chain includes seven schools and nine centres in different Spanish towns, in addition to a school in the United Kingdom. Dinamia divested from the Spanish perimeter in July 2014 and completed the disposal form the UK school in December 2014.


Mivisa is the leading Spanish manufacturer of tinplate containers and the third largest group in Europe. The Company founded in 1972, based in Murcia is present in more than 70 countries, has more than 2,000 employees and nine factories in Spain, the Netherlands, Hungary and Morocco. Dinamia divested its shareholding from the company to Crown Holdings in April 2014.

Nicolas Correa Anayak

Nicolas Correa Anayak designs, develops and produces mid and large machine tools such as milling machines and machining centres. Anayak stands out for the high technological quality of its machines, tailor designed to each customer’s technical specs. Dinamia led the company’s MBO in year 2000. Nicolás Correa Anayak is the result of the merge between Industrias Anayak and Nicolás Correa in July 2005. Dinamia divested its stake in the company in October 2013.

Segur Group

The Segur Group is a leading provider of security services in Spain, focused on surveillance services and alarm and security systems installation and management. Dinamia made this investment in March 2004 alongside N+1 Capital Privado and other financial investors and sold its stake in September 2011 to its co-investors MCH Private Equity and Corpfin Capital.

Xanit Xanit is a healthcare project that aims to create one of the benchmark hospital groups in Spain. The Group is currently made up of (i) Hospital Xanit Internacional, located in Benalmádena (Malaga); (ii) a peripheral medical centre in Fuengirola and (iii) Croasa, a leading private oncology centre in the city of Málaga that offers the most innovative techniques and protocols in radiotherapy and medical oncology. Xanit has become a reference in oncology at the national level and a leader in radiotherapy services in Málaga province. The company was sold to Vithas Group in July 2014.


ZIV is one of the leading manufacturers, distributors and installers of safety, control, metering and telecommunications products for power utilities. ZIV’s products are critical to the proper functioning of substations and electricity networks. This transaction took the form of an MBO led by ZIV’s management team on April 2007, and on July 2012, Dinamia and the funds managed by N+1 Private Equity sold its stake to the listed Indian company Crompton Greaves.


Arco Arco is the leading independent winery in the quality table wine segment. Its brands include Bodegas Berberana, Marqués de Griñón, Cavas Marqués de Monistrol, Bodegas Lagunilla, Bodegas Señorío de Urdáiz and Bodegas Hispano Argentinas. Dinamia participated in the company’s MBO when its parent was divesting its non-core businesses in 1999.