SG Credit Partners launched an interest-only bridge loan product designed to provide a liquidity solution for asset-rich, liquidity-constrained entrepreneurs.
SG Credit Partners completed a second lien work flow loan for a provider of IT managed services and cloud collaboration solutions.
SOFAs originated in the non-bank ABL sector as a way for independent firms to differentiate themselves from bigger banks. But, as Charlie Perer writes, with more and more bank-ABLS embracing SOFAs, it is the large institutional lenders that have been crowned the SOFA kings
SG Credit Partners provided a $2 million senior secured loan to a cloud-based video storage provider for smart home devices.
SG Credit Partners provided a $5 million acquisition financing to support an energy-focused holding company’s acquisition of an oilfield service provider.
Super G Capital spun out its cash flow, technology and special situations lending division to create a pure-play, lower middle market specialty finance company, SG Credit Partners.