Greenbriar Equity Group in connection with its acquisition of Electrical Source Holdings.
Verizon Communications in connection with its $5+ billion sale of Verizon Media to funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management.
Covia Holdings Corporation and certain of its affiliates in connection with Covia’s prearranged chapter 11 bankruptcy cases pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. Covia provides diversified mineral-based and material solutions for global energy and industrial markets. Covia’s comprehensive financial and operational restructuring reduced go-forward leverage and fixed costs by more than $1 billion through a partial equitization of Covia’s prepetition term loan indebtedness and a strategic rationalization of its railcar fleet and distribution terminal network.
Form Technologies, Inc., a leading global group of precision component manufacturers, in a $1.2 billion comprehensive recapitalization and debt exchange transaction that eliminated approximately $240 million of total funded debt, including full repayment of Form Technologies’ second lien term loan, partial repayment of the first lien term loan, and an amendment and 3.5-year maturity extension of the $733 million the company’s first lien revolver and term loan debt. The transaction was funded through the proceeds of a $300 million new money preferred equity investment from its existing equity holders and certain of its lenders.
The Blackstone Group in its investment in and subsequent sale of Cloverleaf Cold Storage, a leading cold storage warehousing company with 22 facilities totaling 123 million refrigerated cubic feet.
Marriott Vacations Worldwide in its $4.7 billion acquisition of Interval Leisure Group, Inc.
Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co. on the sale of InMotion, the largest airport-based digital accessories retailer in North America, to WH Smith PLC for $198 million.
ATL Partners in its acquisition of a majority stake in Rock-It Cargo, a freight forwarding and logistics services provider.
Starwood Capital Group on the sale of BR Guest Hospitality to Landry's.
Fitness Connection, and its parent company, Titan Fitness Parent, in connection with several leasing matters.
Huntsman Corporation in its $2.076 billion sale of its chemical intermediates manufacturing facilities located in Texas, India and Australia.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. (KKR), as borrower, on various mortgage financings and refinancings.