IMin Partners' philosophy focuses on "value-based" investing, specifically the "cash flow" potential of a business. We look for mature businesses with unique opportunities for growth. Acquisition candidate sizes will vary widely depending on the opportunity, but should typically generate $20 million to $500 million in revenue. IMin invests alongside experienced management teams and compensates management with performance incentives. Our mission is to add value to our portfolio companies by assisting management in creating economic value.
We are partners with our employees, our co-owners, our customers, our suppliers, our regulators, our lenders, and our neighbors. We seek to be as flexible as possible in how we operate. We have made a wide variety of successful investments which range from passive minority investments to businesses where we are actively involved in day-to-day management. Our experience guides us to create the right structure for the business, not one rigid structure for every business.
IMin believes in paying managers & employees for creating shareholder value. We reward our management teams through a variety of compensation programs. Each investment requires a customized incentive plan for management. Our Tools are:
IMin Partners also serves as a resource to the finance departments of its portfolio companies. Management teams can turn to the financial expertise of IMin Partners for strategic advice on capital structure, mergers and acquisitions, major capital expenditures, divestitures and other major finance projects.
IMin Partners is a private equity capital fund dedicated to investing in specialty minerals and chemical businesses. Our investment criteria focuses on companies with attractive core businesses that have strong management teams already in place. Our goal is to align the interests of investors and management in order to maximize an investment's return potential. The Partners of IMin strongly believe that the specialty minerals and chemical industries hold many attractive investment opportunities and through "value-based" investing these opportunities can be realized.