Overview: Evolution Capital is a private equity firm investing in companies which have the ability to lead their market segments. Evolution Capital partners with accomplished management teams to build world class enterprises. We provide capital, experience, and human resources to lead successful management buyouts, recapitalizations, and growth equity investments. With significant and unique financial backing, Evolution Capital has the ability to underwrite the entire capital structure in many of its investments. This frequently allows Evolution Capital to close transactions with an accelerated time table and with fewer contingencies. Typically, Evolution Capital will invest $5 million to $20 million of equity capital in each of its transactions.

Investment Structures: Evolution Capital is highly creative and flexible when structuring investments. With a thorough understanding of shareholder interests and the cash flow dynamics of the company, Evolution Capital seeks to ideally capitalize a company to maximize long-term value. Employing this practice, Evolution Capital utilizes the following investment structures:

Management Buyouts: Evolution Capital will partner with management teams of exceptional ability to acquire businesses from individual or corporate owners. Evolution Capital believes in providing substantial equity ownership to management in order to align incentives and empowering them to lead their companies to the next level.

Recapitalizations: Evolution Capital seeks to recapitalize companies in order to facilitate their growth and value over the long-term. Evolution Capital will provide partial liquidity to shareholders wishing to diversify their net worth as part of a recapitalization. Evolution Capital is willing to hold structured minority equity positions in conjunction with such recapitalizations.

Growth Equity: Evolution Capital will provide equity to finance acquisitions, capital expenditures, and working capital needs for profitable, high growth businesses. Evolution Capital will provide such financing as a minority or majority equity holder.