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Aliter Capital expands investment team with new appointment

Jonny Martin joins Aliter as an Investment Manager

Aliter Capital, the specialist buy and build investor focused on small to medium-size UK support services businesses, has expanded its investment team with the arrival of Jonny Martin from his previous role at the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB). Martin will be involved in identifying, assessing and transacting new investment opportunities and supporting Aliter’s portfolio companies.

He joins Aliter from SNIB’s investment Team where he was an Associate Director, responsible for sourcing, appraising and executing minority growth equity investments in scale-up technology companies. Martin previously worked at Deloitte, where he qualified as a chartered accountant in 2016 and worked latterly in the firm’s transaction services team.

Andrew Busby, partner at Aliter Capital, said: “We are especially pleased to welcome Jonny to Aliter Capital. He brings a wealth of relevant experience to support our investment team and his arrival comes at a very busy, exciting time for the firm, with a growing pipeline of investment opportunities for our second fund.”

Jonny Martin said, “I am delighted to have joined Aliter and I am very much looking forward to supporting the investment team deliver on its highly focused buy and build strategy.”

Aliter’s strategy focuses on using its deep industrial expertise and broad networks to help drive both organic and acquisitive growth in its portfolio companies.


Issued on behalf of Aliter Capital by David Budge

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About Aliter

Aliter was founded by a group of seasoned support services entrepreneurs and investors – Billy Allan, Greig Brown, Andy Galloway and Andrew Busby – and focuses on small and medium sized businesses in the UK support services sector, a market valued at over £300 billion. Its approach differs from traditional private equity models by making only a limited number of selective portfolio investments to deliver dedicated hands-on support. Aliter has now closed over 20 transactions since the beginning of 2017 (across Fund I and Fund II). 



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