Tiger Capital Provides $5MM Facility to Commander Oilfield

Tiger Capital Group provided Commander Oilfield Services with a $5 million term loan that will allow the company to add premium assets and expand its service lines to meet strong customer demand in the Permian Basin.

Tiger Capital Provides $5MM Special Project Loan to Epoca

Tiger Capital Group provided $5 million in special project financing to Epoca International, the sole license holder of Walmart’s Tasty Housewares product lines.

Managing Risk in the Marketplace: Advice from the Big Four Appraisal Firms

The economy may be booming, but these are still turbulent times with a shifting environment propelled by tax cuts, tariffs levied against Canada and China, and the possibility of a trade war. For guidance, ABF Journal editor Nadine Bonner turns to executives from the nation’s top four appraisal firms. In addition to a perspective on how technology and globalization have changed businesses practices, they offer sound advice to help ABL lenders steer a steady course and avoid crashing on the rocks.

Great American, Tiger to Acquire Bon-Ton Stores Assets

Great American Group and Tiger Capital Group will acquire the Bon Ton Stores’ assets. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved the asset purchase agreement for the holders of the company’s 8.0% second lien secured notes.

Tiger, Great American Supervise Island Pacific Store Closings

Tiger Capital Group and Great American Group will supervise the closing and liquidation of six Island Pacific Supermarkets stores in California.

Gordon Bros., Hilco, Tiger, Great American Begin Toys “R” Us Liquidation

A team of disposition firms consisting of Gordon Brothers, Great American Group, Hilco Merchant Resources and Tiger Capital Group began going-out-of-business sales at all 735 Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us locations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico on March 23, 2018.

Toys ‘R’ Us Winds Down U.S. Business, Will Liquidate 735 Stores

Toys “R” Us filed a motion seeking bankruptcy court approval to begin the process of conducting an orderly wind-down of its U.S. business and liquidation of inventory in all 735 of the company’s U.S. stores.

Toys ‘R’ Us to Shutter 180 Stores

Toys “R” Us will be closing 180 stores. According to documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Virginia, Tiger Capital Group, Great American Group, Gordon Brothers Retail Partners and Hilco Merchant Resources will be conducting the liquidation.

Tiger, Great American Hired for Gordmans Liquidation

Gordmans Stores hired Tiger Capital Group and Great American Group to handle its inventory liquidation as part of its Chapter 11 filing.

Have No Fear: Why the Rise of Amazon Is Good For the ABL Sector

The metamorphosis of Amazon from a bookseller to one of the largest retailers on the planet has permanently changed the business landscape. Yet ABL lenders have hesitated to lend against inventory held at Amazon’s warehouses. Tiger Capital’s Andy Babcock and Ryan Davis assuage lenders’ fears. They explain how the Fulfillment by Amazon program benefits sellers and creates a seamless, profitable liquidation process for lenders.