History

Cambria Ltd, an independent management company based in London, founded by Mario Mauri together with important British institutional investors, was originally set up more than 20 years ago in order to offer access to the Italian market to UK investors . It has now evolved, diversifiyng its investments by type and geographic area.

It has been regulated and authorised by a relevant U.K. Authority, today FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) since 1990, and is authorised to carry out investment business in all european economic area countries by means of cross-border services. (European Passport)

Cambria Ltd has been operating for more than twenty years in the private equity and venture capital sector, having organised numerous leverage buy-outs and successfull management buy-outs and buy-in.

According to the Walsh cleric Geoffrey of Monmouth (c. 1100 – c. 1155), one of the major figures in the development of British historiography who was best known for his chronicle “Historia Regum Britanniae”, the Trojan Brutus had three sons among whom he divided his lands after landing in Britain. His elder son, Locrinus, received the land between the rivers Humber and Severn, which he called Loegria (a Latinization of the Welsh name Lloegr, "England"). His second son, Albanactus, got the lands beyond the Humber, which took from him the name of Albany (Yr Alban in Welsh: Scotland). The younger son, Camber, was bequeathed everything beyond the Severn, which was called after him "Cambria".