Italian motorcycle designer Marabese wants to grow. He purchases the necessary funds through an investment vehicle for which the Swiss asset manager Zest from Lugano is responsible.
The company is based in Legnano, near Milan Garage design It is enhanced by the capital increase generated by an investment vehicle managed by the asset manager appetite It is managed by , a company in turn part of the Swiss group LFG Holding I heard, according to a message from last weekend. The stake sold in Marabese is 30 percent.
Marabese is a traditional Italian company in the field of design, engineering and manufacture of motorcycles and scooters, founded in the late 1970s by Luciano Marabese was established. In the 90s, he brought up his sons Roberto And Ricardo (Photo below) brought more creative and entrepreneurial momentum to the company, thanks to which the company was able to gradually expand its field of activity. Marabese counts among its clients brands such as Piaggio, Aprilia, Yamaha, Suzuki and Moto Guzzi.
Gabriele Rossi, Roberto and Riccardo Marabese (from left, photo: Zest)
“the Marabese deal It is consistent with LFG Holding’s intention to devote itself to international investments through venture capital firms and its investment vehicles, which in turn are tailored to the needs of investors. Gabriel Rossipartner in LFG Holding and member of the Board of Directors of Marabese Company.
“We are delighted to have found a strong partner willing to share our corporate values that have always enabled us to innovate. We are confident that this partnership will accelerate our growth, continuing the path that our father Luciano took, a path that my brother Roberto and I will continue to follow with our rationality and entrepreneurial spirit.” Riccardo MarabeseMarabese chief.
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