• A Unique Investment Approach

    A New Market Opportunity

    A dual structure approach, acquiring debt & equity positions within private businesses

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  • Partnership

    Experienced Management Team

    Levine Leichtman: a partner with over 30 years of experience managing institutional assets

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  • Partnership

    Portfolio Business

    Lawn Doctor, a leading franchisor of lawn care services with over 50 years of experience1

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CNL Strategic Capital is a direct participation program with a unique investment opportunity that seeks to provide monthly income along with long-term growth by acquiring a controlling equity interest alongside debt positions in private American businesses.

Brought to you by CNL, an investment management firm with a 45-year history, and Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, an institutional asset manager with 30+ year history. Together, these asset managers strive to provide individual investors with access to an investment opportunity historically limited to large institutional investors.2

This investment is speculative, has substantial costs, and an investor must meet suitability standards prior to investing.

There is no assurance the stated objectives will be met. Distributions are at the discretion of the board of directors and are not guaranteed in frequency or amount. Initially, distributions will be paid from cash from operations, fee waivers or deferrals, offering proceeds, return of capital, borrowings or expense support. CNL Strategic Capital is obligated to repay expense support over several years, which will reduce future cash available for distributions and be dilutive to future shareholders.

Investing in CNL Strategic Capital will not provide direct ownership interest in the companies listed.
Institutional investors typically invest with strategies, terms and conditions different from those of individual investors, who typically have a shorter investment time horizon, possess lower risk capacity, have greater liquidity needs and pay higher fees and expenses for retail offerings.