SBCC has pledged to invest at least
of its capital in businesses located in Low-to-Moderate Income ("LMI") zones within the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
The SBCC partners have cultivated strong relationships with, have great passion for, and enjoy a leadership role in the women and minority owned firms business categories.
SBCC proactively creates and nurtures opportunities in collaboration with Corporate America, institutional investors, trade associations and industry councils, in order to accelerate MWBE growth, impact and scale.
Expansion, financing of capital projects to help a company achieve its growth objectives.
Financing to accomplish the transition of ownership to next generation of family members.
Value added loans to consummate a recapitalization of the balance sheet or execution of an acquisition or roll-up strategy,
Restructuring of existing debt on more flexible terms in return for improved capital structure.
Small and lower middle market enterprises with at least $1 million in EBITDA, defensible market positions within established industries, strong cash flows and experienced management teams.
$ 1 to $12 million on a stand-alone basis and larger investments alongside co-Invesments.
Flexible capital, including customized debt solutions and junior capital.
SBCC provides flexible, customized debt solutions and junior capital for small and lower middle market businesses in the United States that generate at least $1 million in EBITDA.
SBCC will invest across a wide range of transactions that vary considerably in industry and geography. All of the fund’s investments will share common traits, including: defensible market positions within established industries, strong cash flows and experienced management teams.
We invest across a wide variety of industries, including but not limited to: Consumer Products, Business Services, Food and Beverage, Manufacturing, and Telecommunications, among others.