Huron Capital celebrates 20th anniversary year with record number of deals closed in 2019

2020 was a year of uncertainty and challenge for all of us. But with the tremendous support of our trusted advisors, referral sources, teammates, and management teams, 2020 was the second most active year in Huron’s 21-year history. We are proud of our accomplishments, but most importantly, we are grateful for you and your unwavering trust and confidence in us.

• 27 transactions completed • Most in firm’s 20-year history • Across 10 platform companies • 21 of 27 add-ons completed by ExecFactor platforms • In 17 states • 1 new platform • And 32 speaking engagements • 8 industry awards

• 27 transactions completed • Most in firm’s 20-year history • Across 10 platform companies • 21 of 27 add-ons completed by ExecFactor platforms • In 17 states • 1 new platform • And 32 speaking engagements • 8 industry awards

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We completed one new platform investment

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We completed 1 exit and 1 strategic partnership

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DV8 Offroad and Addictive Desert Designs – We sold the classic restoration and modern muscle divisions of Drake Automotive Group. Huron Capital retained ownership in the platform’s off-road enthusiast brands

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InterVision – We brought on a strategic equity partner, MidOcean Partners, to help accelerate the company’s organic growth as well as support M&A in highly strategic areas such as cloud consulting and managed services, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity services

 

2021 is off to a great start with the creation of a new infrastructure services platform

This month we announced that, in partnership with management, we recapitalized Sunland Asphalt & Construction (“Sunland”). Based in Phoenix, AZ, Sunland is a market-leading asphalt producer and paving solutions provider serving the rapidly growing southwestern United States.

 

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Based in Detroit, Huron Capital is an operationally focused private equity firm with a long history of growing lower middle-market companies through our proprietary ExecFactor® buy-and-build investment model. We prefer complex situations where we can help companies reach their full potential by combining our operational approach, substantial capital base, and transaction experience with seasoned operating executives. Founded in 1999, Huron Capital has successfully established six private equity funds with aggregate committed capital exceeding $1.8 billion and invested in over 210 companies, and our portfolio companies have employed over 11,000 people throughout North America. The Huron Capital buy-and-build investment model includes equity recapitalizations, family succession transactions, market-entry strategies, corporate carve-outs, and management buyouts of companies having revenues up to $200 million. Huron Capital targets both control and non-control equity stakes in fundamentally-sound companies that can benefit from the firm’s operational approach to creating value. Huron Capital’s sector focus includes business services, consumer products & services and specialty industrials.  For more information, please visit: www.huroncapital.com

 

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