Welcome to Tristone Capital

Tristone Capital is a private investment group committed to the acquisition and growth of established, profitable and cash generative companies that deliver positive social impact.

Founded on the principles of Ethical Capitalism, we believe that the role of business is to deliver value to all stakeholders. We are passionate about the notion that sustainable commercial success can, and should, align with positive social impact. Capitalism has the power to shape society and act as a positive catalyst for change.

Our speciality is investing in profitable companies with enterprise values of up to £20 million, with good market share and prospects for growth, led by managers with both strong commercial and operational judgement.

Our Values

We instil our values into all aspects of our business life and company culture and ensure that they are an authentic voice within everything we do.


we strive for excellence in everything we do

Value Creation

to create and maximise long-term value for all stakeholders


to ensure compliance and exceed expectation


to nurture growth and enjoyment in achievement


to bring about good in our actions and do no harm.

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Vulnerable Individuals
Childrens Services Places
Adult Services Places
Fostering Places
Education Places

Tristone Healthcare

The care division of Tristone Capital – Tristone Healthcare Ltd – is committed to the acquisition and growth of social care companies which have proven business models.

Our team deeply understands the demands of social care and support and has extensive experience of investing in and building social care businesses, having supported a number of different care businesses throughout our careers.

Our management philosophy is to operate a simple and care-centric community of businesses that focus, first and foremost, on delivering outstanding care and support.

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A social care leader’s perspective

The narrative around children’s social care has, in recent years, been both negative and counterproductive. Headline after headline has been laced with failings and bad practice, particularly concerning the private

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