EBSCO Capital News and M&A Summary
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EBSCO Capital’s most common sectors for investment are distribution (34%) and diversified (34%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (67%) and secondary buyout (34%). In total, EBSCO Capital has invested in 2 US states.

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EBSCO Capital is a the private equity investment arm of privately held conglomerate EBSCO Industries. EBSCO Capital looks to make control investments in North American companies operating in traditional industries. Sectors of interest for platform investments include business services, manufacturing, distribution, and consumer products. Target companies are generally profitable ($5 to $20 million of EBITDA) and possess strong management, proven track records of success, low capital expenditures, and diverse customers. EBSCO Capital is based in Birmingham, Alabama.


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