Assurance Mezzanine Fund (“Assurance”) is pleased to announce its latest investment in Old Mill Brick, LLC. (“OMB”), which closed in February 2018. Assurance partnered with Bridger Capital Partners who sponsored the transaction. Bridger Capital Partners is a middle market private equity firm focused on founder-led and/or family-owned companies with no prior institutional capital investments.
Founded in 2007, Old Mill Brick owns and distributes several patented, easy to install, thin brick panel systems that can be used with any thin brick, including tumbled and cast. The company’s flagship products called “BrickWeb” and “Colonial” are sold through major retail home improvement stores across North America. The company’s thin brick systems used for both residential and commercial building applications.
Assurance provided both mezzanine debt and equity in support of Bridger’s acquisition of OMB
To learn more about the Old Mill Brick, please visit: https://www.oldmillbrick.com/
About Assurance Mezzanine Fund
Assurance Mezzanine Fund is a private investment firm providing $3 to $20 million customized growth capital solutions to profitable, lower-middle-market companies nationwide. We look to invest our funds in established companies operated by experienced and proven management teams with a history of building enterprise value. Assurance Mezzanine Fund was created by former industry executives and experienced investors who place a high value on their relationships with management teams.
- Private and public companies generally headquartered within the United States
- $1 to $10 million EBITDA
- Experienced and committed management teams with a history of building enterprise value
- Funding identifiable growth initiatives
- Effective financial controls and information systems with a history of profitability
- Industry agnostic, although we will not invest in real estate or oil and gas exploration (oil and gas service companies are welcome)
We do not invest in early or developmental stage businesses, turn-around or distressed situations.
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