D+M Group

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from D&M Holdings)
Jump to: navigation, search

D+M Group, formerly known as DMGlobal and D&M Holdings, is a Japanese corporation that owns several audio and video brands. It was formed in 2002 from the merger of Denon and Marantz.[1] It has acquired several other companies since that time. Prior to 2008, it was owned by RHJ International, which is associated with Ripplewood Holdings. In 2008 it was acquired by K. K. BCJ-2, a Tokyo corporation owned by investment funds advised by Bain Capital.[2] In August, 2010, Jim Caudill, a former Stanley Black & Decker executive, was named CEO.[3]

American company Sound United, LLC, acquired D+M Group in February 2017.[4]

Holdings and brands[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]