Reach new horizons with meaningful investments.
Since its establishment in Japan in 2002, New Horizon Capital has made over 100 business investments, including succession, growth support and business revitalization. We take pride in our achievement and we are dedicated to helping companies grow and revitalize, not only by means of capital, but also as business partners after the investment.

Japanese companies, regardless of size, have considerable potential. We hope to create an environment for change and growth so that their potential is not lost. We challenge ourselves to pioneer the future of society as a whole by consolidating capital and returning it to "socially meaningful" investments and jobs. Working together with our portfolio companies, we aim to create change and growth as a catalyst for industrial restructuring in Japan.


Over View

  • As a pioneer of Private Equity in Japan, we have rich experience in including succession, growth support and business revitalization in Japan.
  • Over 250 billion yen of assets in total, "Hands-on" support by a team of investment professionals with stable experience and expertise in private equity investments
  • Singapore office is promoting alliances with local companies, expansion of global business as well as manufacture bases.
  • Signing the United Nations Principles for responsible Investment (PRI) and executing investments in line with ESG guidelines
  • Currently, operates buyout funds and a turnaround fund (subsidiary).

Investment Strategy

Targeting mid- to small-cap buyout deals

  • Succession of business, Carve-out
  • Strength in products/services with superiority in particular areas/niches/regions or strong customer base
  • Broad range of sectors (retail, wholesale, consumer products, manufacturing, medical, healthcare, IT, services.)


Collaboration with management team

  • The business plan must be agreed upon by the portfolio company's management team and have shared values
  • Create corporate value with management team and employee, through cross-functional team project to define and share tacit knowledge

Flexible ratio of shareholding

Significant Minority, with amicable consensus on direction with management team