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DealFlow: Investment banking roundup for Dec. 2, 2015

Michael Schwartz December 2, 2015 0

Dominion Partners

The firm served as exclusive advisor to Printing Services Inc. in its sale to Fergusson Printing Design & Marketing, which does business as Allegra.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 18

Marriott & Co.

The firm acted as the exclusive financial advisor to an undisclosed private investment firm in its acquisition of a minority equity ownership stake in Austin, Texas-based Simpler Trading. Justin Marriott, Bryan Burden, Matt Improta and Jake Kramer from Marriott & Co. worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction date: Oct. 30

McGuireWoods

The law firm’s London office advised Wells Fargo Bank with its participation in a $75 billion loan facility that will finance Anheuser-Busch InBev NV’s bid to acquire SABMiller. Wells Fargo is among a group of banks involved in the transaction, which is said to be the largest commercial loan on record in the global loan markets. Marc Isaacs, Coraline Fourniols and Katie Steven worked the deal for McGuireWoods.
Transaction value: set to close in the second half of 2016
Transaction announced: Nov. 18

Matrix Capital Markets Group

The firm advised Stop-a-Sec, Inc. and Seck Enterprises in the sale of eight stores in Wisconsin to TravelCenters of America. Spencer Cavalier, John Underwood and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Oct. 28

The firm advised Pester Marketing Co. and its subsidiaries, Alta Fuels and Alta Transportation in the sale to World Fuel Services. Spencer Cavalier, Thomas Kelso, Sean Dooley and Christian Klawunder worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Oct. 30

The firm advised CrossAmerica Partners on the sale of its fuels transportation, residential heating oil and tank wagon commercial fuels businesses to multiple buyers. Spencer Cavalier, Cedric Fortemps and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 4

The firm advised Safe Foods International Holdings on its sale to LaboratoryCorp. David Keys, David Endom and Brady Hill worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 6

Matrix advised Biscayne Petroleum and Everglades Petroleum in a sale to 7-Eleven and its wholly owned subsidiary, SEI Fuel Services. Cedric Fortemps, Thomas Kelso, Vance Saunders and Stephen Lynch worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 9

Harris Williams & Co.

The firm advised Shoes For Crews on its sale to CCMP Capital Advisors. Shoes For Crews had been a portfolio company of AEA Investors. John Neuner, Brent Spiller, Chip Duggins, Bob Baltimore and David Jones worked the deal for Harris Williams.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Oct. 27

The firm was exclusive financial advisor of Funko, LLC to an affiliate of ACON Investments. Funko had been a portfolio company of Fundamental Capital. The transaction was led by John Neuner, Brent Spiller, Matt Conaty and Zach England.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 2

The firm advised Woodcraft Industries on its sale to Quanex Building Products Corp. Woodcraft had been a portfolio company of Olympus Partners. Mike Hogan, Glenn Gurtcheff, Ryan Freeman and Andy Warczak worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 3

The firm advised Secure Technology Company in its sale to Benchmark Electronics. Secure had been a portfolio company of Vance Street Capital. Chris Rogers, Jon Nemo, Chris Smith and Carl Menzel worked the deal for Harris Williams.
Transaction value: $230 million
Transaction announced: Nov. 12

Harris Williams advised AdvoServ in its sale to Wellspring Capital Management. AdvoServ had been a portfolio company of GI Partners. Cheairs Porter, Andy Dixon and Whit Knier worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Nov. 24

BB&T Capital Markets

The firm served exclusive financial advisor to Colony Hardware Corp. in its sale to Tailwind Capital. Colony had been a portfolio company of AEA Investors.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Oct. 28

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