White Wolf is a private investment firm that began operations in late 2011 and is focused on management buyouts, recapitalizations and investments in leading middle market companies.

White Wolf seeks both private equity and private credit investment opportunities in companies that are headquartered in North America with $20 million to $200 million in revenues and up to $20 million in EBITDA (smaller for add-ons).  Preferred industries include manufacturing, business services, information technology, security, aerospace and defense.

Summary of our preferred investment criteria for both
Private Equity and Private Credit investment strategies:


  • Manufacturing
  • Business services
  • Staffing services
  • Government services
  • Engineering services
  • Information technology
  • Aerospace & defense


  • Revenues up to $200 million
  • Stable operating margins
  • Consistent cash flows
  • Historical & projected growth
  • Potential for operational improvement
  • Attractive working capital profile
  • Stable asset base


  • Leveraged buyouts
  • Management buyouts
  • Buy & build platforms
  • Recapitalization & refinancing
  • Strategic investments & growth
  • Co-investments
  • Carve-outs


  • Located in the U.S. or Canada
  • Prefer majority stakes
  • Partnership model
  • Proven management teams
  • Alignment of interests
  • Strong and defensible position
  • Solid industry fundamentals

We believe in a solutions-oriented and flexible investment approach. We are long-term investors and structure our investments with that philosophy in mind.


We are operationally-focused, value investors who seek to accelerate growth and help companies scale through our buy & build acquisition strategy. We typically prefer situations where sellers are willing to retain a meaningful equity stake thereby creating a true partnership dynamic.



Our private credit strategy focuses on providing creative and flexible financing solutions to other sponsors or companies looking for senior, unitranche or mezzanine debt. Our credit investment may also include a minority equity component which better aligns interests and enhances returns.