Alternative asset management firm HarbourView Equity Partners amended its senior secured credit facility led by Fifth Third Bank, increasing the capacity of the facility by $100 million to $300 million.
Emerald Creek Capital, a real estate finance firm based in New York City, procured a $110 million revolving line of credit from M&T Bank, BankUnited and Webster Bank.
BankUnited hired Craig Evans as senior vice president and enterprise practice leader for healthcare in its corporate banking division. With more than 25 years of experience, Evans joined BankUnited from Citibank in New York City, where he served as a senior healthcare banker.
BankUnited appointed financial executives Matthew Gallo, Daniel Mills and Laura Ackerman to form a new corporate banking team serving the New York metropolitan area. Gallo, Mills and Ackerman all previously worked for First Republic Bank.
BankUnited added Jeffrey Brandt as senior vice president and corporate banking producing team leader, Eric Boritz as senior vice president and corporate banking relationship manager and Ilian Obregon as senior vice president and corporate banking relationship manager.
HarbourView Equity Partners received a $200 million senior secured credit facility with proceeds earmarked to acquire music royalty assets and for general corporate purposes. Fifth Third Bank acted as lead arranger, sole bookrunner and administrative agent on the transaction.
StoneX Group agreed to amend its existing $401 million senior secured credit facility, extending the maturity through April 2025 and increasing the size of the facility to $475 million. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Montreal and Capital One acted as joint lead arrangers on the credit facility
BankUnited opened a new corporate banking office in Atlanta, representing a renewed effort to expand outside of its core markets of Florida and New York, and hired Adam Gordon to lead the new office as market executive and corporate banking team leader.
Harbor Custom Development, a real estate company involved in all aspects of the land development cycle, closed a senior secured revolving credit facility with BankUnited.
America First Multifamily Investors closed on a secured revolving line of credit facility of up to $40 million with BankUnited and Bankers Trust Company. BankUnited also served as sole arranger and administrative agent.