WE CHANGE THE RULES BY WHICH COMPANIES
PLAY. WE INSTILL A CULTURE OF RESILIENCE.
Why does one company turn itself around just as another shutters its doors? Can an organization that has been stagnant become a vehicle for tremendous growth?
Resilience Capital Partners has a proven method that not only pivots companies toward success but
also instills within them long-term staying power. And while metrics are an important indicator of success, our reputation has been built on relationships. We make sure that stakeholders at all levels have a renewed sense of resilience. Our goal is to make a positive and enduring impact at all levels.
We believe in partnering with management to enhance operations, strategy and finance. We take a long-term view as we are committed to providing benefits to managers and subsequent owners. We bring large company resources to the middle market.
Our investment strategy often includes acquiring a company’s assets while assuming only select obligations or liabilities. This transaction approach provides flexibility to accommodate the requirements and needs of sellers and their advisors. We manage in excess of $625 million for our global investor base which includes pension funds, insurance companies, foundations and endowments, fund of funds, wealth managers, and investment consultants.
We focus on companies headquartered in North America with operations anywhere in the world, with $25 to $250 million in revenue, and EBITDA typically under $20 million. We make control equity investments of $10 to $40 million in a wide range of industries including:
- Industrial Manufacturing
- Business Services
- Aviation & Aerospace
- Minerals & Mining
- Consumer Goods
- Transportation Logistics
- Building Products
- Capital Equipment
We invest in companies with solid business prospects in a variety of special situations:
- Structural or cyclical industry downturn
- Excessive liabilities, lack of access to capital
- Status as a non-core subsidiary or division of
a larger corporation- divestiture
- Status as an “orphan” micro-cap public company
- Insufficient management focus and resources
- Inadequate capital to support growth
- Underperformer or turnaround
We identify operational improvements based on a portfolio company’s strengths, weaknesses, and competitive position. We follow a structured process that has contributed to our success.