Since 2007, the Wellspring Capital Fund has made investments in over 40 opportunities. Today, we have 25 holdings that are well diversified, as shown in the chart below.
- Makes up 28% of the portfolio's value. This category includes 10 of our 25 holdings and includes apartment complexes, office buildings, warehouses, manufacturing plants, land for development, etc.
- Makes up 18% of the portfolio's value and is represented by three direct investments in entities that provide digital processing services, cloud storage, digital security, etc.
- The makeup of the remaining 54% are indirect investments in several diversified funds. These funds in turn have holdings in the health, pharmaceutical, and agriculture industries, as well as entities that provide government, financial, and manufacturing services.
- A Real Estate Investment Company that purchases and operates commercial retail and industrial properties in diversified, growing and stable metro markets.
- A Company that makes private equity investments in small to medium sized operating companies in need of one or more of the following: a) growth capital, b) management, c) governance oversight, and/or d) financing.
- A Company who has acquired development land in Georgia, Texas and Arizona. The company adds value to raw land by making it "development" ready when it is sold to residential and commercial developers.
- Partnerships that specialize in the underwriting, acquisition and management of multifamily housing located in several Midwest cities.
- An Investment Fund that makes subordinated ("mezzanine") debt and equity investments in lower middle-market, private companies located primarily in the Central U.S.
- A Corporation providing receivables processing solutions that assist companies in streamlining their ability to capture a variety of payment methods.
- A Partnership involved in funding and supporting early stage technology companies in the Midwest.
- A Partnership with ownership in Omaha area commercial/industrial real estate.
- A Private Equity Firm focused exclusively on lower middle market companies involved in a mix of growth equity, recapitalizations and management buyouts.
- A Technology Company focused on serving businesses with enterprise applications dependent upon cloud computing and storage.
- A private equity firm with a focus on investments in healthcare, financial services, and tech-enabled services.
- An investment firm focused on acquiring and developing biotechnology assets that have strong potential for success.
- A private equity firm that uses technology to transform traditional business models in the financial services, business services, and media and technology sectors.