For the 6th consecutive year, MVF has placed on the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 - an index listing the private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
MVF came in at number 114 with 33.43% average international sales growth over two years.
More than 1,100 companies have featured on International Track 200 since the league table was launched. MVF is in good company as alumni include Dr Martens, the boot maker and retailer which floated last month valued at £3.7bn; and FeverTree, which floated in 2014 valued at £154m, and is now valued at £2.9bn. THG featured for seven consecutive years and floated last year at £5.4bn. It is now worth £7bn.
Amanda Murphy, Head of Commercial Banking, HSBC UK, commented: “After a challenging start to 2021, all eyes are on the companies that will drive a return to growth in 2021. We are confident that the innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of businesses such as those listed on International Track 200 will carry them forward. These companies show the strength, ambition and resilience of businesses across the UK and are the sort of businesses we are proud to support every day.”