Capital to support continued growth of content management, communication, forms and payments solutions for K-12 schools PHILADELPHIA & LOS ANGELES, October 17, 2018-- LLR Partners today announced a growth capital investment in Edlio, a leading provider of community engagement solutions for K-12 public, private and charter schools. The investment will be used to support Edlio's continued market expansion via organic growth and acquisitions. Since 2011, Edlio has been connecting K-12 educators with their communities, offering the most comprehensive and easy-to-use communication package for school administrators, teachers and parents.
A group of private equity investors bidding for Italy's Old Wild West restaurant chain is fretting over Rome's plans to shut shops on Sundays, four sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, as the ban would undermine the 700 million euro deal.
Equity makes banks stable. Maybe we should go all out with 100% equity. : The campaign for financial deregulation should have you worried. Is bank supervision tight enough to prevent another meltdown? Is it loose enough to let the economy grow? The Trump Administration will tell you that it is scoring on both counts, but you may harbor doubts. Here, we'll review what the regulators are up to, scorecard the biggest banks on a somewhat unconventional measure of safety and then take a look at a radical scheme to make the financial sector at once safer and freer.
StoneCo Ltd, a Brazilian provider of financial technology solutions, has priced its IPO of 47.7 million shares at a price between $21 and $23 per share. The company plans on listing the stock on the NASDAQ under [...]
A new private equity player is said to be kicking the tires at Tribune Publishing. GCM Grosvenor, headed by CEO Michael Sacks, was going over the books in recent days -- but one source said it was not for a very long look. Tribune shareholders are trying to drum up new interest as they worry...
Sebastien Canderle, former director at The Carlyle Group, recently published his latest book. The following is an excerpt illustrating how specialist retailer Toys "R" Us wrestled with its demanding LBO debt obligations years before even contemplating a bankruptcy scenario. No doubt Toys "R" Us would have agreed to make sacrifices just to engineer its relisting. Management kept working its way through the balance sheet, tackling each tranche of debt one at a time. In August 2010 it extended the maturity of the working capital facility and increased the group's borrowing capacity.
Sebastien Canderle, former director at The Carlyle Group, recently published his latest book. The following is an excerpt illustrating how specialist retailer Toys "R" Us wrestled with its demanding LBO debt obligations years before even contemplating a bankruptcy scenario. No [...] The post The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Private Equity: Toys R Us Edition appeared first on ValueWalk.
Pretium Partners, an investment management firm focused on residential real estate, mortgage finance and corporate credit, has agreed to acquire Selene from Oaktree Capital Management LP and Ranieri Partners LLC. [...]
(Reuters) - Joseph Bae, co-president and co-chief operating officer of private equity firm KKR & Co LP (KKR.N), and David Petraeus, chairman of the KKR Global Institute, have withdrawn from the Future Investment [...]
U.S. energy private equity firm Rice Investment Group (RIG) has invested in Cold Bore Technology Inc, a Calgary-based provider of fracturing optimization software. Terms weren't released for the deal, which s [...]