MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trivest Partners, LP ("Trivest" or the "Firm") announces it has made an investment in Quatrro Business Support Services ("QBSS" or "the Company"). The QBSS transaction represents the 9th platform company investment in the Trivest Growth Investment Fund ("TGIF"), a $225 million fund dedicated to making growth and non-control investments in founder/family-owned businesses. Trivest joins VSS in the investment. CM Sharma, founder of CHM Ventures and a BPO industry veteran wh.
Transaction Positions Firm to Leverage Expertise in BPO to Accelerate Growth in Leading "Business Transformation Partner" NEW YORK, October 7, 2019-- VSS and Trivest Partners today announced the completion of their investment in Quatrro Business Support Services ("QBSS" or "the Company"), a leading provider of tech-enabled business process outsourcing ("BPO") services. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed. CM Sharma, founder of CHM Ventures and a BPO industry veteran who has now taken over as Chief Executive Officer of the Company, has invested alongside VSS and Trivest to retain a minority ownership in the business.
The top 10 Manhattan loans recorded in September totaled just over $3 billion, roughly equal to August's total. The top two loans went to two Midtown properties just a block away from each other -- the Coca Cola and Crown Buildings at 711 and 730 Fifth Avenue. (Note: loans are ranked by the amount recorded in city property records, which exclude mezzanine and other subordinate debt.) 1) Coca collateral - $625 million Nightingale Properties and.
KLS Diversified Asset Management has a new fund in the market.The drawdown vehicle, KLS Structured Income Fund, would isolate several of the least-liquid strategies the debt-fund operator manages through its $2 billion hedge fund, KLS Diversified Master Fund. Since 2012, the "structured income" component of the flagship fund has generated double-digit returns every year but one via investments in specialty finance, commercial and...
NEW YORK, September 12, 2019-- Leeds Equity Partners, LLC ("Leeds Equity"), the New York-based private equity firm focused exclusively on investing in the Knowledge Industries, announced today that Elizabeth Chou has joined the firm to support the firm's innovation and growth initiatives. "On behalf of the entire firm, I am so pleased to welcome Elizabeth to Leeds Equity," said Jeffrey Leeds. "Elizabeth joins our partner Susan Cates in this all-important area of ensuring that we remain forward looking and well positioned to maintain leadership within the Knowledge Industries."
In January, French investment bank Natixis agreed to provide a $95 million loan for 500 North Michigan Avenue, a 24-story office building on Chicago's Magnificent Mile. The deal would be a relatively small notch in the belt for a commercial lender with increasing clout in major U.S. markets. But weeks later, the bank walked back its offer -- a puzzling move in an industry where being able to deliver loans is crucial to reputation. Then [...]
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Crescent Capital Group LP has provided financing to support Graphite Capital's acquisition of London-based Hanson Wade, a conference organizer and provider of information services, focused primarily on the [...]
Yukon Partners has provided financing to back Audax Private Equity's acquisition of York, Maine-based Stonewall Kitchen, a provider of specialty food products. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS [...]
Morning, Hubsters. Who watched the debates last night? I did for a bit. I must say I was most entertained by Marianne Williamson. It's official. Carlyle Group has become the latest buyout shop to convert to a C-corp. The PE firm also unveiled a one-share, one-vote structure that aims to provide more transparency. The structure will give the roughly 30 percent shareholders of Carlyle, who aren't insiders, greater say, the Wall Street Journal reported. The changes also help Carlyle's inclusion in indexes and the S&P 500, which doesn't allow companies with more than one class of shares, the story said.