Innovation and growth
are in our DNA.
Since its founding in 1988, Graham Partners has focused on industrial technology and advanced manufacturing businesses with deep engineering resources capable of leveraging advances in materials science and production technologies to maximize growth potential.
We have the flexibility and dedicated experience to complete buyout transactions or growth investments, applying a bespoke value creation approach that best suits the needs of our partners.
Our investment team works hand-in-hand with our team of over 60 operating executives and aims to deliver hands-on resources to portfolio company management teams to enhance product development capabilities and catalyze revenue growth.
Graham At a Glance
Total assets under management*
Acquisitions & investments to date
* Represents committed capital raised since inception through the Graham Partners funds together with Graham-led co-investments as of September 30, 2023, pro forma for subsequent events, which differs from Graham’s Regulatory Assets Under Management of approximately $3.1 billion as of September 30, 2023.
A history founded
We believe we are distinct from traditional private equity firms, tracing the roots of our family industrial heritage to The Graham Group, built by engineering entrepreneur Donald C. Graham.
The Graham Group
The origins of The Graham Group date back to a design engineering firm established by Donald C. Graham in a central Pennsylvania farmhouse basement in 1960, which ultimately spawned three successful advanced manufacturing businesses. The Graham Group name has been broadened and today is used to refer to an alliance of independent operating businesses, investment firms and philanthropic entities, which all share in the common legacy of entrepreneur Donald C. Graham.
Graham Partners, The Beginning
Prior to the formation of its first fund in 1999, Graham Partners served as the corporate finance arm for The Graham Group businesses.
Graham Partners, Today
Graham Partners is a private investment firm focused on investing in technology-driven companies that are spurring innovation in advanced manufacturing, resulting in product substitutions, raw materials conversions and disruptions to traditional end markets. Based in suburban Philadelphia and investing primarily across North America, the firm has access to extensive operating resources and industrial expertise and is a member of The Graham Group.