Credit Businesses
1.  CBAM

CBAM is an investment management firm and SEC-registered investment adviser that specializes in opportunities across the credit spectrum for institutional clients through separately managed accounts, CLOs, and private funds.

2.  Farmhold Financial

Farmhold Financial purchases farm operating loans originated by community banks, providing balance sheet liquidity and diversification so that community banks can continue to serve their communities while maintaining their important direct relationships with farmers.

3.  Maranon Capital

Maranon Capital, an investment manager founded in 2007, provides senior financing, mezzanine debt and equity co-investments for both private equity-backed as well as entrepreneur-owned middle market transactions.

4.  OneSky

One Sky Flight is a full-service private aviation business with brands including Flexjet, Sentient Jet, and PrivateFly. OneSky offers a range of services that includes fractional aircraft sales, fractional aircraft leasing, jet cards, charter, and aircraft management services in the United States and Europe. The company’s owned and managed fleet consists of over 160 aircraft.

5.  Stonebriar Commercial Finance

Stonebriar underwrites leases and loans secured by income-producing, essential-use assets across industries including aviation, rail, marine, manufacturing, energy and real estate.

Insurance and Insurance Administration

Insurance and Insurance Administration Businesses
1.  Security Benefit

Security Benefit is a premier retirement company and industry leader with a 127-year history, focusing on the U.S. retirement market with fixed, fixed-indexed, and variable annuities as well as mutual fund products.

2.  SE2

SE2 is the leading technology and outsourcing firm providing administration services for annuity and life insurance manufacturers looking to outsource non-core aspects of their respective businesses.

3. provides technology to insurers that enables them to attract, retain, and grow their client-base through loyalty programs that engage and reward policyholders for improving their health and finances.

Real Estate

Real Estate Businesses
1.  Cain International

Cain International is a privately held real estate investment firm operating in Europe and the United States. Since 2014, the firm has invested over $3.7 billion in real estate debt and equity. Cain International also invests in lifestyle & leisure businesses that deliver experiences, services and amenities for modern consumers.

a.  The Beverly Hilton

The iconic Beverly Hilton is a 4-star, 569-room hotel that has a decades long reputation for hosting prestigious Hollywood and business events such as the Golden Globe Awards and the Milken Institute’s Global Conference.

b.  Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Opened in June 2017, the 5-star Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is a 12-story, 170-room ultra-luxury hotel located adjacent to The Beverly Hilton.

c.  The Stage

The Stage is a 2.3-acre mixed-use development framed around the remains of the 16th Century Shakespearian Curtain Theatre.

d.  Una

With inviting gardens and unrivaled views across Biscayne Bay, Una offers 135 luxury condominium residences, floor-to-ceiling glass, expansive terraces, and an array of amenities, including three pools and private boat slips.

e.  Galliard Homes

In 2014, Cain International formed GDL, a 50/50 Joint Venture with Galliard Homes, a vertically integrated, London residential-focused development and construction company.

f.  Islington Square

The Islington Square project is a joint venture with the Sager Group to develop the former North London Mail Centre into a 500,000 sq. ft. mixed-use shopping, leisure, and residential district in London.

g.  The St. James

The St. James Group builds and operates lifestyle sports and wellness destinations, with a 20-acre flagship complex outside the Washington D.C. area.

h.  Swingers

Swingers is a leading innovator in the hospitality and entertainment industries, combining mini golf, cocktails, and street food in an immersive, competitively social experience.

i.  AllBright

AllBright is the collective creating opportunities for smart, driven women to thrive and flourish in their careers.

j.  Maslow's Mortimer House

Housed in a majestic six-floor Art Deco building in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia, Maslow’s Mortimer House provides a new membership experience for those who wish to create, work, and unwind in equal measure.

a.  Fortwell Capital

Fortwell Capital is a principal lender providing short- and medium-term financing solutions to developers and investors within the UK real estate sector.

2.  Kennedy Wilson

Kennedy Wilson (NYSE:KW) is a global real estate investment company with a focus on multifamily and office properties in the Western U.S., U.K., and Ireland.

3.  100 North Crescent

100 North Crescent, a commercial building in Beverly Hills, will be redeveloped and expanded to five levels with an all-glass curved façade, balconies on all floors, a penthouse pavilion, and an in-house theatre featuring the latest in visual and sound technology.

4.  Thirteenth Floor Entertainment

The Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group is the largest multi-state operator of theme-park quality experiential haunted houses, escape rooms, and related entertainment assets.

5.  Chavez Ravine

Chavez Ravine is the acreage position around Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

6. Elliott Bay Capital Trust

Elliott Bay acquires, develops, and manages mission-critical and net-leased healthcare real estate assets.

Sports and Media

Sports and Media Businesses
1.  Valence

Valence is a diversified media company with divisions or strategic investments in premium television, wide release film, specialty film, live events, and digital media.

a.  Media Rights Capital

Media Rights Capital is a leading content company that has created iconic franchises such as “Ted,” “House of Cards,” “Ozark,” and “Baby Driver.”

b.  Dick Clark Productions

Dick Clark Productions is the world’s largest producer and proprietor of televised live-event entertainment programming, including The Golden Globes, Academy of Country Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

c.  Billboard/The Hollywood Reporter

Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter, founded in 1896 and 1930, respectively, host high-profile live events and reach nearly 40 million people each month through and

d.  A24

A24 has established itself as a leading producer and distributor of box-office hits, including “Lady Bird,” “Spring Breakers,” “Room,” and “Ex Machina.” A24 financed and distributed “Moonlight,” the 2017 Academy Award winner for Best Picture.

e.  Fulwell 73

Prolific British independent production company and a leader in incorporating music, comedy, and sports in innovative ways across its global TV, documentary, digital, and film content.

2.  Los Angeles Dodgers

Todd Boehly and Eldridge Industries are owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers, an historic Major League baseball franchise. The Dodgers have won six World Series championships and more recently launched an accelerator to assist companies in their development.

3.  SportsNet LA

SportsNet LA is a high-definition regional sports network exclusively dedicated to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

4.  Los Angeles Sparks

Todd Boehly is an owner of the Los Angeles Sparks. The Sparks were the WBNA Champions in 2001, 2002, and 2016.

a.  Cloud9

Cloud9 is a Santa Monica-based leading eSports gaming organization that fields professional teams in several leagues, including League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, and Fortnite. listed Cloud9 as the world’s most valuable professional esports company in October 2018.

b.  Elo Entertainment

Elo Entertainment transforms raw game data into actionable insight for players, teams, and developers.

c.  Epic Games

Epic Games is a successful gaming studio that has developed franchises such as Fortnite and Rocket League.

d.  Pixion Games

Pixion Games is a mobile game developer focused on mid-core multiplayer play.

e.  DraftKings

DraftKings is the world’s leading skill-based Daily Fantasy Sports platform that allows fans in North America and the UK to compete in online fantasy sports contests across the largest variety of professional sports.

f.  Gizer

Gizer is a social competitive platform focused on providing fun experiences to mobile gamers looking to play their favorite games and win real-life prizes.

g.  VENN

VENN is a TV Network for the streaming generation, at the intersection of Gaming, Entertainment, and Pop Culture.


h.  Trail

Trail is a browser-based games platform that leverages the latest browser technologies to provide native-like gaming experiences.

i.  The Ready Games

Ready is a hypercasual mobile game platform rewarding players with cash prizes, releasing new games weekly, and providing an easy-to-use game engine for users to make their own hypercasual mobile games.

Convenient Food

Convenient Food Businesses
1.  Aurify Brands

Aurify creates, builds, franchises, and owns a network of fast casual restaurants including Melt Shop, The Little Beet, The Little Beet Table, and Fields Good Chicken.

a.  Melt Shop

Melt Shop is an industry pioneer and leader of the fast casual melted sandwich category and is Aurify’s first original branded concept.

b.  The Little Beet

Founded in 2014, The Little Beet is a fast casual restaurant brand focused on healthy living and offering a “vegetable-forward, seasonal menu” that is 100% gluten-free.

c.  The Little Beet Table

The Little Beet Table is a plant inspired full-service restaurant dedicated to nourishing your well-being.

d.  Fields Good Chicken

Fields Good Chicken is a pioneering chicken-focused concept that serves fresh, substantial food prepared from scratch every day.

2.  NPC International

NPC International, Inc. is an institutional consolidator and developer of restaurant brands, and the largest Pizza Hut and Wendy’s franchisee in the U.S.

a.  Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is an iconic global brand and the largest pizza company in the world with 18,000 restaurants across 108 countries.

b.  Wendy's

Wendy’s is the world’s third largest quick-service restaurant company in the hamburger sandwich segment with 6,700 stores across 29 countries.


Technology Businesses
1.  AnyVision

Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, AnyVision is developing the next generation of surveillance and video analytics software using human/facial recognition as its cornerstone technology.

3.  Fevo

Fevo is a social buying platform (“collective commerce”) aimed at allowing individuals to invite their friends to join them at their favorite life events.

4.  Prescient

Prescient provides a vertically integrated technology platform that brings lean manufacturing to the building industry via design, engineering, manufacturing, and installation services.

5.  Truebill

Truebill is a personal finance app that allows users to take control of their money by managing and optimizing their spending.

6.  AtriumSports

Atrium Sports empowers teams, leagues, and federations around the world with a full-service technology platform that helps them capture, enhance, and benefit from their sports video and data content.

7.  Domio

Domio is a technology platform focused on the travel sector serving apartment hotel accommodations to group travelers.