The Cyprium Newsroom
Cyprium Partners is pleased to announce the closing of its fifth fund with $445 million of committed capital. Cyprium greatly appreciates the support of its limited partners which include insurance companies, asset managers, pension funds, and family offices, many of which have been with the group for two decades.
Cyprium Partners, a middle-market private equity firm is pleased to announce an investment in Uniloy, Inc. Founded in 1950, Uniloy is a leading provider of blow molding systems, molds and aftermarket support to customers around the world. Cyprium’s investment was used...
Cyprium Partners is pleased to announce the additions of Jeff Lakarosky and Nick Janigian to the firm’s Cleveland office….
In The News
The coronavirus pandemic has brought our everyday routines to a grinding halt, including those in the business and dealmaking community. As the markets continue to veer up and down based on the news at that particular moment, Smart Business Dealmakers wanted to get a sense of how those typically on the frontlines of deal activity are reacting to what’s happening. We understand that news is changing by the minute, but given that reality, here is a sampling of what leaders and dealmakers across our readership had to say.
Cyprium Partners’ John Sinnenberg: Noncontrol Capital Market Provides A Wide Range Of Dealmaking Option
Cyprium Partners provides non-control capital for middle-market companies in need of a small boost on the path to meeting their growth objectives. “Our goal is to work with families, founders and entrepreneurs who need capital — or at least think they need capital — and don’t want to give up control,” says John Sinnenberg, partner, chairman and founding member at the firm.
Cindy Babitt and Beth Haas are two of the six partners who collectively formed Cyprium Investment Partners in 2011 to manage the legacy Key Principal Partners (KPP) portfolio where they worked together for over a decade. Now working for almost 19 years together, Babitt and Haas, along with their co-founders, have deployed over $1.5 billion in 87 platform companies.
A Minority Recapitalization (Recap) is a viable liquidity alternative for company owners. However, Cyprium has frequently observed that business owners lack the market awareness that would enable them to develop an appreciation for the prospective benefits of a...
The Benefits of Mezzanine Financing (PDF)
No Firm Commitment By Phil Curatilo and Beth Laschinger November 19, 2007 A tightening credit market and ever–increasing deal competition is driving private equity firms to secure investment opportunities from alternative sources. In this environment, fundless...