Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison’s most common sectors for investment are manufacturing (15%) and food (10%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (53%) and stake purchase (23%). In total, Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison has invested in 19 US states. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2001 when it acquired Michael Foods for $600M.
In the last 3 years, Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison has exited 2 companies. The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (56%). Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2003 when it sold Michael Foods for $1.1B.
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Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison (GHJ&M) is a private equity firm that targets middle market companies in the Midwest US. GHJ&M generally looks for businesses valued between $20 and $150 million and looks to invest between $10 to $25 million of equity capital per transaction. Sectors of interest include agribusiness, food, power generation, basic materials, medical products, consumer products, retail, restaurants, consumer services, business services, and industrials. GHJ&M prefers control investments, but in certain instances, the Firm will also consider minority positions. GHJ&M was formed in 1989 and is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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