Cardinal Growth’s most common sectors for investment are consumer products (50%) and insurance (50%). The Firm’s most common investment types include growth capital (100%). In total, Cardinal Growth has invested in 2 US states.
The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (100%). Cardinal Growth’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2008 when it sold Unico Holdings for $49M.
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Cardinal Growth is a private investment firm focused on smaller company transactions. Prospective businesses generally have revenues of $10 to $50 million and cash-flow of at least $2 million. Cardinal looks to fund management buyouts, recapitalizations, add-on acquisitions and internal expansions throughout the US, although the firm has a preference for Midwest based transactions. Sectors of interest include equipment rental, business outsourcing, specialty finance, printing and publishing, marketing services, infrastructure service providers, entertainment, general industrial manufacturing, food processing and distribution, logistics, wireless communication, and real estate services. Cardinal Growth was formed in 2000 and is licensed as a SBIC. Cardinal Growth is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Cardinal Growth LP is out of Business.
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