Air Methods, an air medical service provider in the U.S., announced the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas confirmed the company’s prepackaged plan of reorganization. Air Methods expects to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy before the end of the year.
World Insurance Associates, an insurance brokerage, and funds advised by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, through its private equity and hybrid capital teams, entered into a definitive agreement through which Goldman Sachs will make “a major investment” in World Insurance Associates.
Rithm Capital and Sculptor Capital Management entered into a definitive agreement under which Rithm will acquire Sculptor in a transaction valued at approximately $639 million, which includes $11.15 per Class A share of Sculptor.
Serta Simmons Bedding, a global sleep company, is taking steps to strengthen its financial position as it continues to support long-term growth.
Core Scientific, a blockchain computing data center provider, will enter into a restructuring support agreement with an ad hoc noteholder group, which agreed to provide commitments for a debtor-in-possession facility of up to $56 million.
Kabbage (KServicing), a servicer and subservicer of small business Paycheck Protection Program loans (PPP Loans), voluntarily filed for relief and protections under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
Phoenix Services, a provider of mission critical services to global steel producing companies, has taken the next step in its comprehensive restructuring strategy by filing voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Dave & Buster’s Entertainment entered into an agreement to acquire Main Event from Ardent Leisure Group and RedBird Capital Partners. Deutsche Bank Securities, JPMorgan Chase Bank and BMO Capital Markets are the joint lead arrangers and joint bookrunners for the financing supporting the acquisition.
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.
Talen Energy and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Talen Energy Supply, obtained a financing commitment led by GoldenTree Asset Management and Silver Point Finance for a first lien facility in the aggregate amount of $788 million maturing in September 2024.