Acquisition and turnaround vehicle                                     Generating substantial shareholder value                                      Focus on hands-on investment

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SVELLA CAN IDENTIFY HIDDEN VALUE AND HAS THE RIGHT SKILL SET TO LEVERAGE OPPORTUNITIES

By identifying hidden value and focusing on under-performing businesses that require a new entrepreneurial mindset, we have consistently generated substantial shareholder return.

 

SVELLA was founded by serial entrepreneurs who, as former executives of Stobart Group, have previously turned a £1m investment into a £1.6 billion diversified group across two listed companies - generating more than £7.3 billion in revenue and creating over 10,000 jobs.

We are good at investing the right level of cash to generate super returns and are experts at driving underperforming businesses. Our track record demonstrates this.

OUR TRACK RECORD

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Total market value of Stobart Group and Eddie Stobart combined by June 2017: £1.6bn. Total shareholder return of Stobart Group when listed 261% and 167% above the FTSE.

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Eddie Stobart Logistics was bought for £1m and floated three years later for an equity value of £138m.

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Value created at London Southend Airport in 8 years, £352m.

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Stobart Energy three year EBITDA growth from £9m to £24m, a 166% increase.

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Autologic, realised a 158% IRR and delivered £62m of shareholder return.

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OUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

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London Southend Airport was extensively redeveloped with the construction of a new terminal building, an upgraded runway, a hotel, an executive aviation terminal and the construction of a railway station which allows a 45 min connection into London. In total £140m was spent developing the airport, with the capacity for 5m passengers a year.

LONDON SOUTHEND AIRPORT

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STOBART ENERGY

Stobart Group constructed multiple wood processing facilities which delivered quality biomass fuel to adjacent energy plants in Widnes and Tilbury. The facilities are each capable of processing over 100,000 tonnes of wood a year. Stobart also acted as a subcontractor for the Mersey Bio-Energy plant construction, a20MW power plant.

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CARLISLE LAKE DISTRICT AIRPORT

At Carlisle Lake District Airport, Stobart developed a

new terminal building, a new runway, a new head office and a warehousing facility. The airport opened to

commercial scheduled flying in July 2019.

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TESCO DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

Stobart Group constructed a 528,000ft2 distribution centre in Widnes, which is currently Tesco’s northern distribution center for the Tesco fresh operations. The site was sold to Legal & General Assurance for £61m in 2010.