Golub Capital announced that it provided a $193 million GOLD financing to support the acquisition of National Technical Systems by Aurora Capital Group.
Golub Capital BDC announced that its wholly owned subsidiary increased the size of its senior secured revolving credit facility to $250 million. Wells Fargo Securities acted as administrative agent.
Golub Capital announced it provided a $59 million GOLD financing and $2 million equity co-investment to support Wilcon Holdings’ acquisition of Freedom Dark Fiber Networks.
Golub Capital announced it provided a $153 million GOLD financing to support the acquisition of Competitrack, as sole bookrunner and administrative agent.
Golub Capital announced today that as sole bookrunner and administrative agent it provided a $67 million GOLD financing to support the refinancing of PreCision Dermatology.
Golub Capital said, as sole bookrunner, lead arranger and administrative agent, it provided a $75 million second lien term loan and $4 million in co-investment equity to support the acquisition of AndersonBrecon by Packaging Coordinators.
Golub Capital BDC said its Golub Capital BDC Funding subsidiary decreased the size of its senior secured revolver with Wells Fargo from $150 million to $100 million.
Golub Capital said as sole bookrunner and administrative agent it provided a one-loan debt facility to support the growth financing of Northern Brewer by Entrepreneur Partners.
Business development company Golub Capital announced it has increased the size of its term debt securitization by $50 million.
Without question, the news from Golub Capital has been steady even during the darkest days of the recession in which the loan market all but ground to a halt. ABF Journal spent some time with Lawrence Golub, the firm’s founder and president and the leader behind this remarkable success story…Reuters Loan Pricing ranked Golub Capital as the #1 traditional middle-market bookrunner in 2009. Buyouts Magazine named the company as the “Middle-Market Lender of the Year” for two years running. And in April of this year, M&A Advisor conferred it with the distinction of “Debt Financing Agent of the Year 2010.” The list of Golub Capital’s accomplishments seems to go on and on. Without a doubt, the provider of financial solutions with capital somewhere northward of $4 billion has been recognized for keeping a robust pipeline of deal flow while others in the space pulled back noticeably.