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Dealflow: Investment banking roundup for 10.26.16

Michael Schwartz October 26, 2016 0

Marriott & Co.

The firm was exclusive financial advisor to an undisclosed provider of electronics manufacturing services, a portfolio company of Forest Hill Partners, in its sale to Kauffman Engineering. Justin Marriott, Bryan Burden, Matt Improta and Jake Kramer from Marriott & Co. worked the deal.

Transaction value: not disclosed

Transaction date: September 30, 2016

BB&T Capital Markets

The firm served as a co-manager on Noble Midstream Partners’ IPO . natural gas company in the third quarter of 2016, helping to raise

Transaction value: $323.43 million

Transaction date: Sept. 16

BB&TCM represented Golden State Overnight, a portfolio company of The Halifax Group, as it was acquired by Royal Mail subsidiary General Logistics Systems.

Transaction value: not disclosed

Transaction date: Sept. 30

Matrix Capital Markets Group

Matrix served as exclusive advisor to Budget Signs LLC in its sale to a Salem, Virginia-based franchise of FASTSIGNS International. FASTSIGNS is a portfolio company of Levine Leichtman Capital Partners. Mike Morrison, David Shoulders, William O’Flaherty and Pratik Thakral worked the deal for Matrix.

Transaction value: not disclosed

Transaction date: Sept. 27

The firm represented State Oil Co. in the sale of certain retail assets and wholesale fuels distribution business to CrossAmerica Partners and its affiliates. In separate but related transactions, four locations owned in fee simple by the Company were sold or are currently under contract to be sold to three other unrelated buyers. Thomas Kelso, John Underwood, Stephen Lynch and John Duni worked the deal for Matrix.

Transaction value: not disclosed

Transaction date: Sept. 27

Matrix served as the exclusive advisor to Dealers Wholesale as it was acquired in a deal supported by The Firefly Group and Kocolene Development Corp.

Transaction value: not disclosed

Transaction date: Oct. 6

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