Asset-based lending is an industry built on making deals, but at the heart of every one of those transactions is a financial solution for a business. To honor this fundamental pillar of the industry, ABF Journal is proud to present its second annual Deals of the Year listing to provide a more in-depth look at some of the most intriguing and impactful transactions of 2023.
Crayhill Capital Management closed a $50 million capital facility with E2M Ventures. The facility is designed to facilitate E2MV’s ability to offer gap financing solutions to real estate sponsors primarily across the central and western United States.
Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based, minority-owned private credit manager focused on asset-based investments, closed a $200 million receivables financing facility with Stenn Technologies, a UK-based SME finance platform.
Crayhill Capital Management closed a $100 million credit facility with Fort Amsterdam Capital, a New York-based, vertically-integrated real estate lender. The facility will be collateralized by both land and commercial real estate properties in the Northeast Corridor.
Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based, minority-owned private credit manager focused on asset-based investments, appointed Daniel Shlomi general counsel. Shlomi will be responsible for all legal matters and processes across the firm.
QuadFi, a mission driven global fintech firm headquartered in Canada, entered into an agreement for a new financing facility of up to $100 million with Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based minority-owned private credit manager.
Urban Grid, a U.S. greenfield renewable energy project developer, expanded and extended its partnership with Crayhill Capital Management. The expanded partnership resulted in $275 million in financing for Urban Grid.
Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based private credit manager and asset-based investor with a focus on renewable energy investments, appointed Erick Bauman and Ben Snydacker managing directors of a newly-formed affiliate, Crayhill Renewables, based in Nashville, TN.
Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based private credit manager and asset-based lender, provided a senior secured revolving loan facility for up to $50 million for Sunpin Solar, a California-based developer of commercial and utility-scale solar and energy storage projects.
Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based private credit manager and asset-based lender, provided Marketlend, an Australian-based marketplace trade credit platform, with a new $100 million financing facility.