LIFE ISN’T A SPRINT.
IT’S AN ENDURANCE RACE.
THINK OF US AS YOUR TRAINING PARTNER.

Marathon runners aren’t fazed by the unwelcomed rain shower or pothole. They have trained to overcome any obstacle. They adjust, and move on. Successful companies live by the same playbook: steadfast, adaptive and in it for the long haul.

Founded in 2001 by co-CEOs Steve Rosen and Bassem Mansour, Resilience Capital Partners is grounded in that philosophy. We are a team of world-class senior investment and operations professionals, with broad industry experience and strong track records of success.

We’ve been greatly influenced by our Midwestern roots, gaining strength from those around us who persevere during unanticipated adversity. A crop season may produce low yields. A factory may face offshore competition. Being able to adjust to these challenges is, by definition, resilience.

Investment Philosophy

We believe in partnering with management to enhance operations, strategy and finance. We take a long-term view as we are committed to providing benefits to managers and subsequent owners. We have a competitive advantage. We bring large company resources to the middle market. We manage in excess of $625 million for our global investor base which includes pension funds, insurance companies, foundations and endowments, fund of funds, wealth managers, and investment consultants.

Investment Criteria

We focus on companies headquartered in North America with operations anywhere in the world, with $25 to $250 million in revenue, and EBITDA typically under $20 million. We make control equity investments of $10 to $40 million in a wide range of industries including:

  • Industrial Manufacturing
  • Distribution
  • Business Services
  • Aviation & Aerospace
  • Minerals & Mining
  • Consumer Goods
  • Transportation Logistics
  • Building Products
  • Metals
  • Capital Equipment


We invest in companies with solid business prospects in a variety of special situations:

  • Structural or cyclical industry downturn
  • Excessive liabilities, lack of access to capital
  • Status as a non-core subsidiary or division of a larger corporation-divestiture
  • Status as an “orphan” micro-cap public company
  • Insufficient management focus and resources
  • Inadequate capital to support growth
  • Underperformer or Turnaround
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