Monroe Closes $456.3MM CLO Transaction

Monroe Capital closed a $456.3 million term debt securitization known as Monroe Capital MML CLO VI. Deutsche Bank served as lead manager, structuring agent and bookrunner on the transaction.

Monroe Capital Launches Independent Sponsor Finance Vertical

Monroe Capital established an Independent Sponsor Finance vertical to be led by Brad Bernstein, Chris Larson and Zia based out of the firm’s Chicago office.

Monroe Capital Provides $80MM Facility to National Credit Center

Monroe Capital and SNH Capital Partners funded an $80 million senior credit facility to National Credit Center. Monroe acted as sole lead arranger and administrative agent on the funding of the transaction.

Global M&A Network Names Monroe Small Middle Markets Lender of the Year

Global M&A Network recognized Monroe Capital as the Small Middle Markets Lender of the Year for the fifth consecutive year.

Monroe Capital Provides Financing to APCO Worldwide

Monroe Capital acted as sole lead arranger and administrative agent on the funding of a senior term loan to support APCO Worldwide’s buyout of minority shareholders.

Monroe Capital Wins Small Middle Markets Lender of the Year

Monroe Capital was recognized by Global M&A Network as the Small Middle Markets Lender of the Year for the fourth consecutive year.

Monroe’s Koenig Wins M&A Atlas Leadership Achievement Award

Ted Koenig, president, CEO and founder of Monroe Capital, was awarded one of three leadership achievement awards at the Global M&A Network 8th Annual Americas M&A Atlas Awards.

Monroe Capital Closes Private Credit Fund II, Exceeds Target

Monroe Capital closed Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund II at $800 million of limited partner commitments. The fund, which provides secured and unitranche loans to middle market companies, will have $1.5 billion of total investable capital.

Monroe Capital Hires Moser, Price to Co-Lead New ABL Group

ABF Journal illustrator Jerry Gonzalez provides his take on Ted Koenig, Monroe Capital President and CEO, calling Andy Moser and Marc Price off the bench to “play” for his team.

Moving On Up: Monroe Capital’s Rise, New Venture and Promising Future

As Monroe Capital enters its second decade in business, president and CEO Ted Koenig looks back at the challenges of the Great Recession and shares his vision for a bright future.