Citizens led a $635 million increase to San Francisco-based PRO Unlimited’s existing $1.16 billion of asset-based senior credit facilities to support the company’s acquisition of Geometric Results.
Antares closed 139 transactions totaling almost $11 billion in financing commitments to middle-market, private equity-backed companies in the first half of 2021.
Citizens M&A Advisory served as financial advisor to Simple Admit, a provider of automated patient relationship management solutions for surgery centers, on its merger with HST Pathways, a provider of cloud-based software for the ambulatory surgery center space.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Toms Shoes, the company that donates a pair of shoes to a poor child for each pair it sells, is handing ownership to creditors in an out-of-court recapitalization.
Antares Capital, Bain Capital, First Eagle Investment Management, and Varagon Capital agreed to provide debt financing to Wind Point Partners’ acquisition of A&R Logistics.
The Antares Bain Capital Complete Financing Solution closed a $270 unitranche credit facility to support the acquisition of Comprehensive Pharmacy Services by Frazier Healthcare Partners.
The Antares Bain Capital Complete Financing Solution closed a senior secured unitranche credit facility to support Bertram Capital’s acquisition of Flow Control Group.
Ares Management’s Credit Group provided approximately $2.9 billion in commitments across 47 transactions that closed during the third quarter of 2018.
Both Bain Capital and Antares Capital have global reputations as investment firms. So there was more than a bit of frisson in the lending world when the two companies announced a joint venture in December. This unique unitranche platform combines the strengths of both companies and provides an unusual opportunity for partnership. Bain Managing Director Michael Ewald and Antares Senior Managing Director Timothy Lyne share their thoughts about the new platform with ABF Journal Editor Nadine Bonner.
Reuters reported, citing bank sources, that in support of Bain Capital’s acquisition of NGA Human Resources, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley are leading debt financing