PE/VC  DCA Capital Partners

http://dcapartners.com





     Office Locations:

3721 Douglas Blvd., Suite 350
Roseville, CA 95661
Phone: 916-960-5350
Fax: 916-960-5360

 

Stages:

  • Expansion
  • Middle Market


 

Industries:

  • Business Services
  • Financial Services
  • Information Technology
  • Life Sciences & Healthcare
  • Manufacturing & Industrial
  • Media & Digital Media
  • Retail & Restaurant
  • Transportation & Distribution

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    Description:

    DCA Capital Partners, LP has over $3 billion dollars of transaction experience and provides expansion capital to growth-oriented, middle-market businesses in under-served markets across California and the Southwest, with a particular focus on the Hispanic community. In conjunction with its institutional investor partners, the Fund provides promising middle-market, later-stage companies, typically in the range of $10-100 million in revenues, with the additional capital and expertise needed to successfully expand and extend businesses. Companies must have a minimum of $10 million in revenues and cash flow greater than $1 million. DCA Capital provides funding for the purposes of: 1) investing in strategic and operational growth or acquisitions (growth capital); 2) providing partial liquidity to business owners interested in diversifying risk or retiring balance sheet debt (recapitalization); and 3) controlling investments in promising growth businesses (buyouts); and 4) companies with strong fundamentals that are experiencing near-term balance sheet stress. The Fund will also invest selectively in divisional spinouts/divestitures and industry consolidation opportunities. DCA Capital generally invests $2-6 million in the primary business sectors prevalent in the company's region, including: business and financial services, healthcare (services/IT), manufacturing and distribution, technology, media and publishing, and retail. The company has the capacity to invest $30-50 million through affiliated fund partners. The firm generally invests in companies in the underserved communities in California and the Southwest that are established and have a proven market position with opportunity for continued growth. Typical investment structures include expansion/growth, acquisitions, recapitalizations, and buyouts.



    Investment Firm Key

       VC = Venture Capital
       PE = Private Equity
       A = Angel
       I = Incubator
       MB = Merchant Bank
       VD = Venture Debt
       FI = Family Investment Office
       FOF = Fund of Funds
       ED = Economic Development Office   
       TT = Technology Transfer Office
       CVC = Corporate Venture Capital
       SEC = Secondary Purchaser
       HF = Hedge Fund/Mutual Fund
       
       
       
    COMPANY STAGEREVENUE
    Venture Capital
    Seed Stage
    (includes "pre-seed," or
    concept stage)
    No Revenue
    Early StageMinimal
    Revenue
    Growth Stage
    (also called Mid-stage)
    $2M-$7M
    Expansion Stage
    (also called Late-stage)
    $7M and greater
    Private Equity
    Lower Middle Market$10M-$249M
    Middle Market$250M-$499M
    Upper Middle Market$500M-$1B
    Large Cap>$1B
       
       
     

    Investment Team:


    Name   Title
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    Casey A. Layton Chief Financial Officer and VP
    Craig Mitchell Partner
    Curtis M. Rocca Managing Partner
    Ronald Crane Managing Director
    Steven R. Mills Partner

     

    Portfolio companies include:


      Decipher
        web link


      Ensynch
        web link


      Environmental Support Solutions
        web link


      First Tracks Publishing
        web link


      Superior Vision
        web link


      Valley Healthcare Systems
        web link


     

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