DealFlow: Investment banking roundup for April 15, 2015

BB&T Capital Markets

The firm was co-manager in Axalta Coating Systems’ $1.12 billion follow-on offering. Axalta is a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group.
Deal value: $1.12 billion
Deal announced: April 8

The firm was exclusive financial advisor to AFC Holdings, a portfolio company of Rockwood Equity Partners, as it was acquired by Incline Equity Partners.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: April 3

The firm served as exclusive financial advisor to Connect-Air International, a portfolio company of Wincove Capital (“Wincove”), as it was acquired by EIS, Inc. The buyer is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Co.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: April 2

BB&T Capital Markets | Windsor Group served as the exclusive financial advisor to The Columbia Group in the sale of its engineering solutions division to Huntington Ingalls Industries.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 2

The Windsor Group served as exclusive financial advisor to Mercury Systems as its Mercury Intelligence Systems was acquired by iNovex Information Systems.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 24

Transact Capital

Transact Capital served as the exclusive financial advisor to AAP Inc. as it was acquired by Pickering Ownership Group. George Sydnor worked the deal for Transact.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 9

The firm served as financial advisor to H&G Landscape Architects as it merged with Stewart, Inc. Transact’s Patrick Morin worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 9

Matrix Capital Markets Group

Matrix provided merger and acquisition advisory services to Mutual Oil in the sale of its branded contract dealer business to an undisclosed buyer. Thomas Kelso, Spencer Cavalier, Sean Dooley and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 11

Matrix provided M&A advisory services to Erickson Oil Products and select assets of Team Investments to CrossAmerica Partners. , Thomas Kelso, Spencer Cavalier, Sean Dooley and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 20

Matrix provided merger and acquisition advisory services to Best Oil Co. in the sale of 19 of its Little Stores convenience stores. The buyer was TravelCenters of America. It also represented Best Oil in the sale of its wholesale fuel supply business and transportation division to NuWay Cooperative. Thomas Kelso, John Underwood and Stephen Lynch worked the deal
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: March 20

Harris Williams & Co.

The firm represented Railroad Control, a subsidiary of RCL Services Group, in its sale to Wabtec Corp. Joe Conner, Frank Mountcastle, Jeff Burkett and Jeff Kidd of Harris Williams worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 4

The firm represented SoftWriters, a portfolio company of TA Associates, in its sale to Roper Industries. The transaction was led by Turner Bredrup, Geoff Smith, Bill Kayser, Tyler Bradshaw and Sam Hendler.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 10

The firm advised Fishing Holdings, which was a portfolio company of Platinum Equity, on its sale to Bass Pro Group. Cheairs Porter, Ryan Budlong, Chip Duggins and Andy Warczak worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 11

The firm represented Urban Express, a portfolio company of Seacoast Capital, in its sale to XPO Logistics. Frank Mountcastle, Jason Bass, Jeff Burkett and Jeff Kidd worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 13

The firm advised Healthcare Solutions Inc., a portfolio company of Brazos Private Equity Partners, on its pending sale to Catamaran. Cheairs Porter, Jacques Fu and Marshall Croft worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: Feb. 26

The firm advised Tidel, Inc., the parent company of Tidel Engineering and a portfolio company of Vector Capital, on its sale to an affiliate of Graham Partners. Bill Roman, Jay Hernandez and Scott Reinig worked the deal for Harris Williams.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: March 2

The firm advised IOS Holdings, a portfolio company of Calvert Street Capital Partners, in its sale to L.B. Foster Co. Brian Lucas, Luke Semple, Ian Thomas and Graham Gillam worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: March 16

The firm was exclusive financial advisor to JR Automation Technologies as it was purchased by the Huizenga Group. Bill Roman, Jay Hernandez and Nicholas Dager worked the deal for Harris Williams.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: March 17

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