"It is often merely for an excuse that we say things are impossible."
Sretaw PE DAC was founded in 2021 by Eamon Waters and is currently located in Merrion Square in Dublin, Ireland.
Sretaw was born out of the sale of Beauparc in 2021 to Macquarie Infrastructure Fund. Eamon spent 30 years building Beauparc from the ground up, employing 2,500 people and became the largest collector of waste in Ireland and eventually selling the business for €1.4 billion.
Over his time at Beauparc, Eamon was involved in every facet of the journey with over 25 M&A transactions from small to large and has a vast experience in a broad range of areas both locally as well as a deep understanding on what it takes to run businesses in the UK, EU, and Asia. Eamon included ESG at the core of Beauparc’s business model which included an energy provider supplying 100% renewable energy and the largest trader of recycled fibre in Ireland.
With Eamon’s unique level of expertise, Sretaw are now seeking to invest in well-run companies with sound business models, robust business integrity and an ability to become the next leader within their industry.
We aim to partner with outstanding investment teams and entrepreneurs with a strong track record, high standards of excellence and ethics, and an ability to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns; in addition to providing transformative capital.
Our Investment Criteria
We are interested to hear from small, medium and large companies in a variety of sectors and geographies, and will invest in businesses either through a variety of majority control equity, minority equity or credit investments.
Sretaw PE DAC are open to investment across every sector from private equity, real estate, infrastructure, technology, life sciences and growth equity and welcome your "pitch".
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