DealFlow: Investment banking roundup for Aug. 26, 2015

Ewing Bemiss & Co.

A group of energy sector investment bankers from the Richmond investment banking firm was absorbed by KPMG Corporate Finance. Turning Basin Capital Partners, Ewing’s private equity group affiliate, is not a part of the transaction.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 15

Matrix Capital Markets Group

Matrix served as exclusive financial advisor to Zoom Media in its sale of certain assets to AllOver Media, a portfolio company of Audax Private Equity. Zoom Media is a portfolio company of ABS Capital Partners. Michael McHugh and Brady Hill worked the deal for Matrix. Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 12

Matrix provided merger and acquisition advisory services to GOGAS Corp. in its sale of assets to Quality Oil Co. GOGAS is a wholly owned subsidiary of K. E. Austin Corp. Cedric Fortemps, Vance Saunders and Kyle Profilet worked the deal for Matrix.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 18

The firm advised Tedeschi Food Shops in its sale to 7-Eleven. Thomas Kelso, Spencer Cavalier, Sean Dooley and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 25

Cary Street Partners

Cary Street Partners advised Home Healthcare Solutions in its sale to Cardinal Health.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 25

Harris Williams & Co.

Harris Williams advised US LBM Holdings on its rending recapitalization with Kelso & Co.
US LBM is a portfolio company of BlackEagle Partners. BlackEagle and certain members of US LBM management will be investors alongside Kelso. Mike Hogan, Ryan Nelson, Tim Webb, Mike Williams and Carl Menzel worked the deal for Harris Williams.
Transaction value: pending
Transaction announced: July 30

The firm advised Osmose Utility Services on its sale to Kohlberg & Co. Osmose is a portfolio company of funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management. The transaction was led by Drew Spitzer, Brian Lucas, Tiff Armstrong, Matt White, Ian Thomas and Neha Shah.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 21

The firm advised RSA Medical on its pending sale to Xerox. RSA is a portfolio company of Beecken Petty O’Keefe & Co. Cheairs Porter, Whit Knier and Tyler Bradshaw and Sam Hendler worked the deal.
Transaction value: pending
Transaction announced: Aug. 24

BB&T Capital Markets

BB&T Capital Markets served as a lead manager on Builders FirstSource’s follow-on equity offering.
Transaction value: $176.64 million
Transaction announced: July 31

The firm served as a co-manager on Summit Materials’ follow-on equity offering.
Transaction value: $577.44 million
Transaction announced: Aug. 12

The firm served as a lead manager on TriplePoint Venture Growth BDC’s senior notes offering.
Transaction value: $50 million
Transaction announced: Aug. 12

Hunton & Williams

The Richmond law firm is advising Shenandoah Telecommunications Co. in its acquisition of nTELOS Holdings. Hunton & Williams multidisciplinary legal team is led by M&A partners Steven M. Haas and Jeff Jones. It includes James A. Kennedy and Austin P. Maloney for M&A matters, Eric J. Nedell for financing, J.G. Ritter II for employee benefits concerns, and Rick Gary and Greg Kinzelman on regulatory matters.
Transaction value: $586 million
Transaction announced: Aug. 11

The Hilb Group

The Glen Allen-based insurance brokerage acquired Wilmington, N.C.-based JWB Insurance Group. It’s Hilb Group’s seventh acquisition in 2015.
Transaction value: not disclosed
Transaction announced: Aug. 18

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