We welcome the opportunity to work with any and all intermediaries.
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On this page you will find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive from intermediaries.
How does Evermore plan to finance an acquisition?
Evermore has fully committed, permanent capital. This capital will fund the equity portion of any acquisition. Evermore may also decide to use a small amount of seller or bank debt to help finance the acquisition.
What size investments does Evermore target?
At the low end, Evermore looks to make equity investments of at least $2 million. At the high end, Evermore is capable of making investments of greater than $20 million.
Will Evermore need to raise equity or find investors to complete a transaction?
No. Our capital is fully committed and we are ready to complete a transaction.
How does Evermore being structured as a holding company impact its business?
The biggest difference is that Evermore is not constrained by a fund life, meaning there is no reason Evermore will ever be forced to sell an investment. This allows Evermore to think about building businesses over decades, not just fundraising cycles.
Does Evermore have an operations plan for acquired businesses?
Yes. Edward and/or Justin will move to the location of the business and be involved in the day to day operations of the business. Edward and Justin's involvement will be determined by the needs of the company.
I still have more questions. Who should I talk to?
Justin Vogt, our CEO, would be happy to take your call. Feel free to reach out to Justin at Justin@Evermore.Industries.
Evermore invests in lower-middle market industrial businesses in the United States.