First Citizens Bank’s healthcare finance business served as joint lead arranger and joint bookrunner on financing for The Halifax Group’s acquisition of the Worldwide Home Care division of Sodexo, a global home care services platform.
Oak Hill Advisors served as a lead arranger for the acquisition financing to support Thoma Bravo’s $1.8 billion take-private transaction of NextGen Healthcare, a provider of cloud-based healthcare technology solutions to ambulatory providers.
Kelvin Group acquired Advanced Examination Services, a provider of non-destructive testing services for the petroleum, chemical and agricultural industries. Deerpath Capital Management provided debt financing to support the transaction.
Evolution Credit Partners Management, an alternative credit firm with approximately $3 billion in assets under management, closed two new trade finance facilities, including a $150 million inventory financing facility for an automotive company.
Twin Brook served as administrative agent on debt financing to support Bregal Partners-backed Juniper Landscaping’s add-on acquisition of Shooter & Lindsey and NMS Capital-backed US Urology Partners’ refinancing and add-on acquisition of Greater Boston Urology.
First Citizens Bank’s middle-market banking business provided $10 million in financing to FitLife Brands, a provider of proprietary nutritional supplements and wellness products, for the acquisition of the sports nutrition brand MusclePharm.
Golub Capital is serving as one of the lead investors in Ruby Reinsurance Company, a newly formed reinsurance sidecar vehicle sponsored by Reinsurance Group of America. The lead investment marks Golub Capital’s inaugural insurance capital sidecar transaction.
SG Credit Partners, through its SG Consumer Products division, partnered with a plant-based snack brand, providing a $6 million senior debt investment. The partnership will provide additional capital to support the company’s continued retail expansion and product innovation.
Cambridge Savings Bank provided a Small Business Administration term loan to restaurateur Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli. The loan will be used to fund construction and related startup costs for his new venture, Hook + Line, a New England seafood restaurant, and H + L Market, a fast-casual seafood market.