White Oak Global Advisors, together with its financing affiliates, provided more than $1 billion in loans across all platforms between January 1 and June 30, 2022.
White Oak Global Advisors provided a senior credit facility to Prime Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, a healthcare partnership comprised of board-certified aesthetic surgery practices, which will use proceeds from the facility to fuel future acquisitions and scale up existing operations and facilities.
White Oak Global Advisors acted as the lead arranger for a $130 million senior secured term loan for Trecora Resources, which used proceeds from the loan to consummate a take-private acquisition transaction by Balmoral Funds.
White Oak Global Advisors provided a term loan to Benada Aluminum Products. The transaction was made alongside an asset-based loan facility from White Oak Commercial Finance and supported the acquisition of Benada by Shadowbriar Capital Partners.
Shadowbriar Capital Partners acquired Benada Aluminum Products from Big Shoulders Capital and ABGB Capital. White Oak Global Advisors and its financing affiliate, White Oak Commercial Finance, provided the debt financing for the transaction.
White Oak Global Advisors provided a $21.3 million senior credit facility to Omni Recycling, a single-stream recycling and waste disposal company. The transaction supported Salt Creek Capital’s acquisition of the company.
White Oak Global Advisors, a global alternative asset manager, adopted Impact Rate of Return, a comprehensive impact analytics system provided by Global Impact.
White Oak Global Advisors provided a $75 million term loan to North Atlantic Imports, which also operates under the name Blackstone Products.
White Oak Global Advisors arranged and closed a $100 million term loan to support the acquisition of a U.S.-based multi-channel IT services provider by a Canadian IT services platform.
White Oak Global Advisors provided a $40 million term loan to Solace Capital Partners to support its acquisition of Sun Mountain Sports. In addition, White Oak Commercial Finance provided a $10 million ABL credit revolver to help meet Sun Mountain Sports’ ongoing working capital needs.