Mad Engine has secured a controlling investment from Platinum Equity
Mad Engine’s management team invested alongside Platinum Equity in the transaction. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Founded in 1987, Mad Engine is a global platform focused on providing value-add services across a full range of licensed, private label and branded apparel and accessories for men, women and children. The company’s leading market position in North America is supported by a highly coveted license portfolio, a diverse and affordable product offering that caters to all genders and sizes, unique and innovative design capabilities, entrenched relationships with blue-chip customers and a well-developed global infrastructure.
Lincoln International acted as the exclusive investment banking representative for Mad Engine, working closely with Mad Engine’s shareholders and management team throughout the process. This included providing advisory expertise, a lender outreach process and managing the preparatory, marketing, due diligence and negotiation phases of the transaction.
Danish Gajiani, shareholder and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Engine, commented, “We are extremely appreciative of the Lincoln team’s hard work and commitment in helping us find the right partner to help Mad Engine execute our growth strategy. We are thrilled to partner with Platinum Equity and start the next chapter of our exciting story.”
The Lincoln team went above and beyond all expectations throughout the process – working collaboratively with management while allowing our team to focus on running the business. Their highly dedicated team of bankers provided valuable guidance every step of the way, resulting in the best possible outcome for the company, the shareholders and our employees.
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