Black Canyon Capital Overview

  • Investor Type
  • PE/​Buyout

  • Status
  • Inactive

  • Investments
  • 25

  • Portfolio
  • 1

  • Exits
  • 16

Exits

Black Canyon Capital General Information

Company Description

Black Canyon Capital was a private equity firm founded in 2004 and based in Los Angeles, California. The firm invested in structured debt securities and control and non-control equity. The firm specialized in providing credit and equity solutions to middle market companies operating in business services, consumer and retail, healthcare, restaurant, industrial products and services, media and entertainment, and niche manufacturing sectors based in the United States.

Business Details

Year Founded
2004
Investor Status
Out of Business
Primary Investor Type
PE/Buyout
Other Investor Types
Lender/Debt Provider
Mezzanine
Corporate Office
  • 2000 Avenue of the Stars
  • 11th Floor
  • Los Angeles, CA 90067
  • United States

Black Canyon Capital Investments (25)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Advanced Water Recovery 01-Feb-2014 00 000000000 Water Utilities Out of Business
Water Street Solutions 01-Feb-2014 0000000000 Environmental Services (B2B) Generating Revenue
Sepha 27-Jun-2013 0000000000 Machinery (B2B) Generating Revenue
Bonfiglioli Engineering 10-Sep-2012 0000000000 Machinery (B2B) Generating Revenue
TASI Group 01-Jul-2012 PE Growth/Expansion 00000 Machinery (B2B) Generating Revenue 0000000 00000
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Black Canyon Capital Exits (16)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Energy Future Holdings 09-Mar-2018 000000000000000000 00.00
Jefferson Dental & Orthodontics 10-Apr-2017 0000000000 00000
Advanced Water Recovery 17-Nov-2016 000 00 00000000
Triton Digital 13-Feb-2015 0000000000
Malibu Boats 31-Dec-2014 Secondary Transaction - Open Market
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Black Canyon Capital Fund Performance

Fund Name Vintage Size Dry Powder DPI RVPI TVPI IRR

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Black Canyon Capital FAQs

  • What is Black Canyon Capital?

    Black Canyon Capital was a private equity firm founded in 2004 and based in Los Angeles, California.

  • When was Black Canyon Capital founded?

    Black Canyon Capital was founded in 2004.

  • Who is the founder of Black Canyon Capital?

    Mark Lanigan JD and Michael Hooks are the founders of Black Canyon Capital.

  • Where is Black Canyon Capital headquartered?

    Black Canyon Capital is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

  • How many investments has Black Canyon Capital made?

    Black Canyon Capital has made 25 investments.

  • What has Black Canyon Capital invested in?

    Black Canyon Capital has made numerous investments in companies like Advanced Water Recovery, Water Street Solutions, and Sepha within the Water Utilities, Environmental Services (B2B), and Machinery (B2B) industries.

  • What has Black Canyon Capital invested in recently?

    Black Canyon Capital's latest investment was on 01-Feb-2014 in Advanced Water Recovery, a company within the Water Utilities industry.

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