Solamere History

Solamere Capital is a $2 billion multi-strategy private equity investment firm founded in 2008 by Tagg Romney, Eric Scheuermann, and Spencer Zwick, and in partnership with Mitt Romney (who stepped down in 2019 to join the U.S. Senate). Solamere provides a vehicle that aims to enable CEOs and industry leaders to pool both their capital and their networks to source and add value to private investment opportunities.

Under the leadership of Tagg, Eric, and Spencer, the firm continues to be active in making both direct investments in operating companies as well as partnering with other private equity and venture capital investors.

Our Network

Solamere's strategic network of investors provides the ability to invest patiently for the long-term, to be creative in structuring either minority or majority transactions, and to leverage the Solamere Network of investors and executives as we seek to create meaningful value for our portfolio companies.

Strategic Focus

Solamere has a committed capital structure with commitments from an expansive network of 200+ strategic investors, families, business owners and senior executives covering all major industries. The firm looks to partner and invest in growing founder and family-led businesses with EBITDA greater than $10 million.

Sector Focus

  • Commercial and Facility Services
  • Professional Services
  • Specialty Distribution
  • Infrastructure and Utility Services
  • Government & Municipal Services
  • Residential Services
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Environmental Services
  • Testing, Inspection and Certification
  • Pharma Services
  • Packaging