SG Credit Partners closed a $1 million second lien bridge loan for a privately-held registered investment advisor that provides wealth, asset and business management services to high net-worth individuals and families.
SG Credit Partners provided a $6 million facility to a single-asset real estate holding company operating as a subsidiary of a broader multi-family/student housing real estate syndication portfolio.
SG Credit Partners provided a $3.35 million bridge financing loan to a newly formed pharmaceutical products company.
SG Credit Partners started a collateral-based lending division and hired Nathalie Butler as managing director of underwriting to lead the group.
Charlie Perer outlines an emerging trend of bank-owned asset-based lending divisions conducting business in a fashion similar to non-bank asset-based lenders while gaining an advantage due to the ability to price like a bank.
SG Credit Partners provided a $2.2 million senior secured facility with an interest-only period to a digital signage software-as-a-service platform.
SG Credit Partners promoted Spencer Brown and Oren Moses to managing director roles and Carlos Tan to principal. Daniel Looker and Gerardo Mora also were promoted to associate roles.
SG Credit Partners promoted Spencer Brown to managing director while also opening a Colorado office. In Brown’s role, he will continue leading coverage efforts for originating and closing structured cash flow, collateral-based, recurring revenue and high net worth facilities in the Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions.
SG Credit Partners provided a $2.1 million unitranche loan to an electronic retailer of aftermarket auto parts.
SG Credit Partners was once a single product division of Super G Capital, but in 2018, Marc Cole and Charlie Perer decided to branch out by co-founding SG Credit Partners. Since then the company has expanded its product offerings, brought in a bevy of new talent and used an infusion of capital from Cynosure, 4612 Group and MidMark to position itself for further growth.