Waterland commits additional €100m for new investments in Irish firms

The Dutch private equity firm has already invested in three Irish companies since it first set up a presence here in 2019

Adam Crinion, investment manager at Waterland Ireland; Laura Dillon, managing director and principal of Waterland Ireland; and Donal Mac Nioclais, investment director of Waterland Ireland

Waterland, the European private equity firm, has committed an additional €100 million to invest in Irish businesses over the next 12 to 18 months.

The Dutch-headquartered firm said it is interested in investing in Irish businesses with exposure to trends in ageing populations, outsourcing and digitalisation, sustainability and leisure.

Since it entered the Irish market in 2019, Waterland has taken majority stakes in three Irish businesses: Silver Stream Healthcare, a nursing home provider; Writech, a …