Today’s News

    Wells Fargo Agents Dick’s Sporting Goods $250MM Facility Upsize

    Dick’s Sporting Goods amended its credit facility, increasing the amount by $250 million to $1.25 billion with a $350 million accordion feature. Wells Fargo was administrative agent for the transaction.

    KeyBanc Capital Markets to Acquire Cain Brothers

    KeyBanc Capital Markets has entered into an agreement to acquire Cain Brothers & Company, a healthcare-focused investment banking and public finance firm.

    Yukon, SunTrust Support Centre Partner’s Golding Farms Foods Investment

    Yukon Partners provided mezzanine capital and SunTrust Bank provided a senior credit facility to support Centre Partners’ investment in Golding Farms Foods.

    Deutsche Bank Agents TransUnion Upsize to $700MM

    TransUnion amended and restated its credit agreement with Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as administrative agent and collateral agent, increasing commitments of term loans and the revolving facility.

    Houlihan Lokey Hires MD to Lead Capital Markets Efforts in Australia

    Houlihan Lokey added Matthew Tehan to the Capital Markets Group as a managing director. Based in Sydney, Tehan will lead the firm’s Capital Markets efforts in Australia.

    Bibby Financial NA Provides $16MM to 77 Clients in Q2/17

    Bibby Financial Services provided $16 million in funding to 77 new clients in Q2/17. BFS U.S. and BFS Canada brought on 56 and 21 new clients, respectively.

    JPMorgan Agents $425MM Match Group Facility

    JPMorgan Chase Bank served as administrative agent and lead arranger for a $425 million term B credit facility for Match Group.

    Liquid Capital Completes Six Transactions Totaling $3.3MM

    Liquid Capital completed six factoring transactions for a total of $3.3 million.

    Tetra Capital Closes 13 Factoring Transactions Totaling $435K

    Tetra Capital, a factoring company specializing in the transportation industry, provided factoring facilities for 13 new transportation companies totaling $435,000.

    UBS, Goldman Sachs Support DigiCert Acquisition of Symantec Divisions

    DigiCert will acquire Symantec’s Website Security and related PKI solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, Symantec will receive approximately $950 million in upfront cash proceeds and approximately a 30% stake in the common stock equity of the DigiCert business at the closing of the transaction.