M&A Deal Summary
|Buyer(s)||The Riverside Company|
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|Category||Private Equity Firm|
|PE ASSETS||5.0B USD|
The Riverside Company is a global private equity firm that seeks investments in profitable lower middle-market companies valued under $400 million. Riverside looks to invest in growth businesses headquartered in North America, Europe, and Asia (primarily Japan and South Korea), that have been in operation for at least five years. Riverside targets investments in a wide array of industries including distribution, automotive, healthcare, education, manufacturing, software, consumer services, plastics, publishing, food, communications, marine, and business services. Riverside was formed in 1988 and is based in New York City.
|Overall||245 of 281|
|Sector (Safety/Security)||6 of 8|
|Type (Consolidation)||6 of 9|
|State (Indiana)||5 of 5|
|Country (United States)||170 of 193|
|Year (2019)||7 of 12|
Paradigm Tax Group
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Paradigm Tax Group is an independent national provider of comprehensive property tax management services. PTG provides taxpayers with a full suite of services, including real and personal property tax appeals, pre-acquisition planning due diligence, complex property consulting, and business personal property tax compliance. Paradigm Tax Group was founded in 2004 and is based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Uinta Brewing is a micro brewery serving the Western US. Named after the only major east-west running mountain range located in the continental U.S., Uinta Brewing Company’s journey began in 1993 with the reality that passion for craft beer and a hankering for the great outdoors could align in Salt Lake City, Utah. Built on an axis point that endorses sustainability, community involvement and innovation, their compass guides them on a path to admirable, consistent craft beer leading consumers to discover a brand with passion, personality and soul. Uinta Brewing was founded in 1993 and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah.