Investment Criteria

Radar invests in Canadian companies that provide services, consumer and industrial products, and technology solutions. While the firm would consider an international investment, it would only be with a domestic partner.

Targeted companies include profitable organizations ranging from late-stage venture capital projects to mature businesses. Deal sizes vary from between $2 and $50 million, with the average transaction valuing between $2 and $20 million. Investment candidates are evaluated on revenue, EBITDA, and income.

Ideal Investment Situations

Radar’s investments help companies achieve a number of potential goals, for example:

  • Pre-IPO stakes
  • Transitional capital
  • Growth or expansion capital
  • Publicly traded catalyst investments

In addition, Radar will look at investments in companies that find themselves coping with a variety of situations:

  • Regulatory change
  • Out-of-favour industries
  • Undercapitalized balance sheets

The investment hold period can span six months to five years, but the ideal duration is one to three years.

Types of securities range from structured debt to common stock, but the typical investment involves convertible debt, preferred equity, or common equity.

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