The Sunday Times released its Buyout Track 100 league table February 6th ranking Britain’s mid-market private-equity-backed companies with the fastest growing profits over the latest two years.
Anglian Home Improvements finished in 93rd in the Buyout Track 100 chart. Here is what the paper said;
“Anglian provides a range of products for the home, from double-glazed windows to guttering and conservatories. The Norwich based group sells to the building trade and local councils, as well as direct to homeowners. It also operates a separate wood-flooring business, and has a financial-services operation offering home-improvement loans. Alchemy delisted the company from the stock market in 2001 for a reported £162 million, and in 2008 it was taken over by a consortium of banks after a financial restructuring. Under chief executive Peter Mottershead, profits have grown 25 a year, from £9.5m in 2008 to £14.7m in 2010.”
Anglian Home Improvements raising the standards since 1966. Visit our website for information on our home improvement products.