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Felixx.(R) Holding B.V

presented by October Netherlands



60 months


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Haarlem, Netherlands




Presentation of the company

Created in 2007, Felixx.(R) Holding B.V is active in the insurance sector. The company, managed by Sander Sanders has 25 employees and is based in Haarlem. Felixx (R) is an insurance intermediary. The company focuses on three main pillars in the insurance sector, damage insurances, employment insurances and pension arrangements.

Mr. Sander Sanders, managing director, has overall >20 years of professional experience in the sector. In his daily tasks, he is supported by the other managing directors/shareholders Borgert Tegel and George Linck, both have >20 years of experience in the sector.

The company’s main activities are:

– Consultancy with regards to damage, employment and pensions insurances.

– Close damage, employment and pension insurances for SME’s.

– Support with administrative tasks with regards to employee benefits.

The company works with large insurance companies and pension funds in the Netherlands. The clientportfolio exists of SME’s in the Benelux.

Felixx (R) provides consultancy on these specialities, arranges the insurances and takes over the administrative burden of SME’s with regards to employee benefits (like payslips, health and safety services and employment disabilities) with their Felixx HR Platform. 

Project Description

The company requests 1.600.000 € to finance the growth of the company and refinance loans from ING. This growth will be realised through the attraction of new clients, further development of the HR platform and investments in new insurance portfolio’s. This project will be realised in the next few months.

As part of their future investment plan, the borrower may come back to the October platform within the coming quarter, up to a maximum exposure of 2000000 €. Our analysis takes this into account; the rating of the borrower would not be affected, while the FCCR would become 1,16.

The amount offered on the platform is limited to 784000€, which is in line with the regulatory limits.