Clearlake Capital Group completed its acquisition of Cornerstone OnDemand. J.P. Morgan, BofA Securities, Ares, Golub Capital, Antares Capital, Barclays, Blue Owl, BMO Capital Markets, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs and Jefferies provided debt financing for the transaction.
Opy and its parent company, Openpay Group, signed $271.4 million secured debt facility with Goldman Sachs and investment advisory firm Atalaya Capital Management.
CCC Intelligent Solutions completed the refinancing of its existing secured credit facility with a new credit agreement. Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Jefferies Finance and Morgan Stanley acted as joint lead arrangers and joint bookrunners for the facility.
U.S. Bancorp entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MUFG Union Bank’s core regional banking franchise from Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group. Under the terms of the agreement, U.S. Bancorp will purchase MUFG Union Bank for approximately $8 billion.
Oportun Financial closed on a warehouse credit facility of $600 million. Wilmington Trust served as administrative agent. The new facility includes commitments from Morgan Stanley Bank, Goldman Sachs, Jefferies Funding and JPMorgan Chase Bank.
Platinum Equity signed a definitive agreement to acquire Solenis from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice and BASF in a transaction that implies an enterprise value for Solenis of $5.25 billion. BofA Securities and Goldman Sachs are leading the debt financing for the acquisition.
Sitel Group, a global provider of customer experience products and solutions, entered into an agreement to acquire Sykes Enterprises, a provider of global customer experience management services. BNP Paribas committed debt financing to Sitel Group to support the transaction.
Frontdoor, a provider of home service plans, closed a transaction to refinance its capital structure, including entry into new credit facilities totaling $890 million with JPMorgan Chase as administrative agent.
BBH Capital Partners added Elena L. Tuttle and Karima Ali-Ahmad as vice presidents and business development officers. Previously, Tuttle was a business development officer with PNC Business Credit, while Ali-Ahmad previously worked for Guggenheim Partners.
Apollo Global Management entered into an agreement to acquire Verizon Media from Verizon for $5 billion. Verizon will retain a 10% stake in the company, which will be known as Yahoo at close of the transaction and continue to be led by Guru Gowrappan as CEO.