ORIX USA Completes Acquisition of NXT Capital

ORIX USA completed its acquisition of NXT Capital. The acquisition combines ORIX USA’s financial strength with NXT Capital’s proven ability to provide structured financing in the U.S. middle market.

ORIX USA Acquires NXT Capital to Expand into Middle Market

ORIX USA, the U.S. and Latin America business hub for Tokyo-based ORIX, and NXT Capital signed a definitive agreement under which ORIX USA will acquire NXT Capital.

NXT Capital Provides $47.5MM Facility to GPSTrackit

NXT Capital provided a $47.5 million senior secured credit facility to refinance existing debt and to support GPSTrackit’s add-on acquisition of InTouch GPS.

NXT Capital Provides $80MM for Tailwind Abode Acquisition

NXT Capital provided an $80 million senior secured credit facility to support Tailwind Capital’s acquisition of Abode Healthcare.

NXT Capital Supports May River Dickson Company Acquisition

NXT Capital provided a senior secured credit facility to support May River Capital’s acquisition of The Dickson Company.

NXT Supports PNC Riverarch Capital Tranzonic Buy

NXT Capital provided a senior secured credit facility to support PNC Riverarch Capital’s acquisition of TZ Acquisition Corp dba Tranzonic.

NXT Capital Supports Sunny Sky Acquisition of DWS

NXT provided a senior secured credit facility to support Sunny Sky Products’ acquisition of DWS. Sunny Sky Products is a portfolio company of Seidler Equity Partners.

NXT Capital Provides $38MM for Graham Partners OptConnect Buy

NXT Capital provided a $38 million senior secured credit facility to support Graham Partners’ acquisition of OptConnect.

NXT Capital Closes $415MM Fund Focused on Middle-Market Lending

NXT Capital closed on approximately $415 million in equity capital, above its original $350 million target, for NXT Capital Senior Loan Fund V, LP. Wells Fargo serves as administrative agent for Fund V’s syndicated credit facility.

Keeping it Under Control: Robert Radway and NXT Capital Keep a Tight Rein on the Finance Business

Robert Radway worked for some of the largest companies in the commercial finance business including The Finova Group and Heller Financial. He founded Merrill Lynch Capital only to see it sold off to GE Capital after the mortgage crisis hit. Determined to take a different path, he built a team of co-workers from his past employers and started NXT Capital, a small company with a large vision that he could more easily control.