Our Impact

Purpose Fueled Profits

As a firm, Opus Capital Partners was founded on the premise that positive social impact and profitable business are not mutually exclusive. As a diverse company, we believe in investing in solutions to societal challenges across the country and around the globe. At the same time, we believe those solutions include strong companies that provide great value and above-average returns. When businesses thrive, so do neighborhoods. And when communities thrive, so does our business.

Societal Impact

The investment in society is fundamental to our vision. We leverage our insights, our varied perspectives, our expertise and our resources to scale MBE businesses by investing more capital, creating better incentives, and improving business processes to deliver enhanced economic outcomes in disadvantaged communities. Our team is able to identify companies that can benefit from our approach, while our leadership is adept at partnering with management, co-investors, and outside resources to optimize performance. 

Leveraging ESG

to make a positive impact

Opus understands the significance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria as a fundamental component of our business strategy. We are focused on leveraging ESG to make a positive impact in the communities where we live, work, and invest, proving our stewardship, nurturing our relationships, and generating exceptional returns to all of our stakeholders. 

 

We understand that long-term sustainable success depends on investing in people: in our diverse team, in our companies, and in our neighborhoods. Legacy embodies what is possible when business leaders, diverse voices, government programs, and American know-how work together for the common good. At every level, our goal is to provide Opportunity, Impact, and Equity.

Opus Capital Partners embodies what is possible when business leaders, diverse voices, government programs, and American know-how work together for the common good. At every level, our goal is to provide opportunity, impact, and equity.