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Ownership Transition

• Brynavon focuses on the ownership transitions between management teams and the company’s existing ownership through management buyout. Within Brynavon’s current portfolio, managers and former managers own 40 – 50% of the equity.

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Private Capital

• Brynavon invests private capital from its founding family and certain additional individuals. As a result, investments are made for the long-term and not to satisfy the usual short-term goals of private equity limited partners.

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Niche Target Market

• Brynavon’s target market is comprised of companies with EBITDA of $1 – 4 million which is normally too large for an individual to acquire and too small to support the overhead of a private equity group.

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Quick Decisions

• Investment decisions at Brynavon are not made by a committee of investors so responses of interest or valuation can be made rapidly. At Bryanavon you work directly with the invested partners.

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Welcome To The Brynavon Group

The Brynavon Group, Inc. (“Brynavon”) is a family office that was founded in 1973 and currently owns five companies located across the United States. Brynavon assists successful management teams in acquiring the business for which they work through a management buyout. Brynavon is a private investment firm that can handle all aspects of the M & A / ownership transition process: equity capital, mezzanine debt, senior debt, deal structuring, negotiation, estate planning, due diligence and divestiture. Typically, Brynavon owns between 60-80% of the portfolio companies while the balance is owned by management teams. Brynavon is a complete financial resource for management teams, business owners, intermediaries, and financial service providers. Brynavon has a rich tradition of experience, creativity, and capital when it comes to the small M & A market (companies with revenues that are below $50 million).

Portfolio companies are operated on a decentralized basis in order to continue the historical growth rate and to minimize “corporate interference”. The presidents of the operating companies have unusual autonomy.