Unison's investment strategy focuses on stable growth scenarios based on cash flow. They seek value creation through enhanced operations, finance and business strategies. They profess to take into account the interests of shareholders, management and employees.The firm favors three types of investment targets: non-core or under-performing divisions or subsidiaries of large corporations, businesses facing succession or management issues, and solid operating firms yet encountering financial problems.Unison makes equity investments ranging from 3 to 5 billion yen. For larger investments, the firm partners with strategic and financial co-investors.The firm aims to realize return on investment within two to fours years. They examine exit strategies such as the sale of the firm to strategic investors or through an IPO.Unison utilizes in-house expertise in addition to that provided through their worldwide network of industrial companies, financial institutions, corporate managements and consultants. The firm makes all of their decisions locally in Japan.