The Jordan Company

The Jordan Company makes private equity investments on behalf of its clients in established businesses with enterprise values from $100 million to over $2 billion that The Jordan Company believes are well-managed and have historically been consistently profitable businesses. Our investment approach is to acquire successful companies and support these investments with a hands-on, value-added strategy to generate superior investment returns.

The Jordan Company seeks to invest in a wide range of industries including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Financial Services
  • Automotive
  • Food & Agriculture
  • Building Products
  • Healthcare
  • Business Services
  • Industrial Products
  • Chemicals
  • Insurance
  • Consumer Products
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Distribution
  • Packaging
  • Education
  • Retail
  • Energy
  • Telecommunications
  • The Jordan Company targets companies with a history of revenue growth, high operating margins and reasonable capital requirements. In addition, The Jordan Company looks for businesses that have management teams with a proven track record of success.

    We are convinced that strong management is the key to business success. In our transactions, management typically has a significant equity stake. We not only look for good businesses, but for good operating partners whose knowledge, experience and skill will continue to assure the long-term success of the companies they run.

    We believe our investment performance can be attributed, in part, to our hands-on operating support, which focuses on strategies to enhance internal growth and to identify and execute on acquisition opportunities. In 1988, The Jordan Company established the Operations Management Group with the primary objective of creating additional value by assisting the management teams of portfolio companies. Where appropriate, we use a hands-on operating strategy to transform small or regional businesses into large, integrated enterprises through a combination of internal growth and strategic acquisitions.