Linx transactions generally take one of three forms: Family Succession, Entrepreneur Recapitalization, or Management Buyout or Transition.

Family Transition

Linx has a long history of investing in family companies to accomplish generational transitions, restructure ownership groups or to introduce non-family management for the sustainability of the organization.  We understand the unique challenges and opportunities faced by family businesses, and we create partnerships to sustain family companies into the future.

Examples of family recapitalizations

transpro-burgener

Burgener Transpro

skyline-windows

Skyline Windows

tidewater

Tidewater Equipment


Entrepreneur Recapitalization

Often, an entrepreneur faces a significant growth opportunity or has reached a point at which he or she would like to bring in a partner to share in the financial risk and solve the inevitable hurdles that come with scaling a company.  We are that partner.

Examples of entrepreneur recapitalizations

Carolina Precision

Stafford Transport

Thompson Trucking

Grammer Industries

Cimarron Energy


Management Buyout

When family succession is not an option, or the owners of a business are no longer intimately involved in the day-to-day operations of the business,  Linx can help transition ownership to the management team through a management buyout.  Liquidity for the owners and alignment of interest for the go-forward management team constitutes  a win-win for all involved.

Examples of management buyouts

Snowden Pencer

ADS Logistics

Reconstruction Experts