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Nippon Sangyo Suishin Kiko I Investment L.P.

Nippon Sangyo Suishin Kiko I Investment Limited Partnership was formed in 2015.

 

The partnership invested in US.Mart and in Ise Sea Paradise, both in 2015. The partnership is intended to be long-term shareholders in the companies that it invests in.  This allows NSSK and the management teams of the portfolio companies to focus on sustainable long-term value creation.  NSSK, through the NSSK Value-Up Program (NVP) provides critical business process improvement measures, balance sheet and cost structure optimization and addition of management talent.  As a result, the businesses are experiencing solid sales growth and earnings improvement, in addition to, increases in the numbers of their employees.

NSSK II (INTL) Investment L.P.

NSSK II (INTL) Investment L.P. was formed in 2015.

 

The partnership invests mainly in Japan-based attractive small to medium-sized companies with high-growth potential that can contribute to the development and the revitalization of the local economy in Japan. The partnership has parallel investment vehicles.

With a focus on investing in “good” companies and transforming them into “great” companies, NSSK seeks to generate superior outcomes through its differentiated investment sourcing, highly disciplined pricing approach and implementation of its NSSK Value-Up Program (NVP).

Chubu/Hokuriku Region Vitalization Investment L.P.

Chubu/Hokuriku Vitalization Investment L.P. was established in 2016.

The partnership invests in attractive small and medium-sized companies with high growth potential based in the Chubu/Hokuriku area (Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka, Nagano, Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui Prefectures).

The Chubu/Hokuriku area represents an economic zone with approximately JPY 94 trillion annual GDP.

The investment L.P. provides expansion capital, critical business processes for operational improvement, management talent from its network of domestic and international operating executives, the support for international business expansion and the support for attracting foreign travelers to Japan, to enhance the value of the acquired companies and eventually vitalize the regional economy, increasing the job opportunities in the region.