Funds managed by Northleaf Capital Partners are making an initial investment of $200 million in Tillman FiberCo, a developer and owner of symmetrical gigabit broadband, with the potential to invest up to $300 million more.
DataBank closed its initial recapitalization led by Swiss Life Asset Management AG, EDF Invest, Northleaf Capital Partners and Ardian. Structured as a sale of ownership interests from existing investors for $1.5 billion, the new investor consortium will now own 35% of the fully-diluted equity interests in DataBank.
Northleaf Capital Partners acted as the lead arranger of a A$250 million ($177.2 million) senior secured credit facility for Omni Bridgeway, a global provider of financing and managing legal risks with expertise in civil and common law legal and recovery systems.
Global private markets investment firm Northleaf Capital Partners acquired a majority interest in Uber Boat by Thames Clippers, a river boat service located in London, from AEG, a sports and live entertainment company.
Northleaf Capital Partners Adds Hyatt as Senior Advisor to Venture Capital and Growth Equity Program
Northleaf Capital Partners, a global private markets investment firm, appointed Michael Hyatt a senior advisor to support its venture capital and growth equity investment program. Hyatt will work alongside the Northleaf private equity and venture capital team to source and evaluate investment opportunities.
Northleaf Capital Partners and AVALT acquired AMAROK, a provider of contracted perimeter security infrastructure solutions in the United States. Golub Capital provided debt financing for the transaction.
D.A. Davidson served as exclusive financial advisor to QuickFee Limited in establishing a new $70 million multi-currency asset-backed financing with Northleaf Capital Partners.
Northleaf Capital Partners appointed Sarah Silverman as managing director, business development. In this new role, Silverman will lead Northleaf’s business development and investor relations activities from the firm’s New York office.
VetCare Canada raised up to $175 million through a senior secured credit facility arranged by Northleaf Capital Partners. Northleaf acted as the sole lead arranger.
Northleaf Capital Partners appointed Chris O’Connor managing director of business development for Australia and New Zealand. O’Connor will lead business development and investor relations activities and further develop relationships with institutional investors, consultants and advisors in the region.