DealFlow: Investment banking roundup for 6.15.16

Hunton & Williams

The law firm represented Sprint affiliate Shentel in its acquisition of wireless services provider NTELOS Holdings Corp. Hunton & Williams also represented Shentel in connection with certain related transactions with Sprint as well as an $810 million financing done in connection with the NTELOS acquisition. Steven Haas, Jeff Jones and James Kennedy, Eric Nedell and Carolyn Aiken, Jay Ritter, Richard Gary and Timothy Biller worked the deal for Hunton.
Deal value: $640 million
Deal announced: May 12

BB&T Capital Markets

The firm served as exclusive financial advisor to NSi Industries in its sale to Blue Sea Capital. NSi was a portfolio company of Summit Park.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: May 17

BB&T was a co-manager on Digital Realty Trust’s follow-on equity offering.
Deal value: $1.2 billion
Deal announced: May 20

BB&T was a co-manager on American Homes 4 Rent’s preferred stock offering.
Deal value: $225 million
Deal announced: May 23

The firm was exclusive financial advisor to Arbol Resources in its lease sale and development agreement of oil and gas wells with Fortis Oil & Gas Partners I.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: May 24

The firm was a co-manager on Goochland-based Performance Food Group’s follow-on offering.
Deal value: $291 million
Deal announced: May 27

BB&T was a co-manager on WPX Energy’s follow-on equity offering.
Deal value: $557.86 million
Deal announced: June 10

Matrix Capital Markets

Matrix represented District Petroleum Products in its sale to an affiliate of Dunne Manning. Spencer Cavalier, Thomas Kelso, Sean Dooley and Christian Klawunder worked the deal for Matrix.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: May 31

Matrix advised Mutual Oil Co. in the sale of its wholesale refined fuels business to Truman Arnold Companies. Spencer Cavalier, Thomas Kelso and Andrew LoPresti worked the deal.
Deal value: not disclosed
Deal announced: June 1

Dominion Partners

Dominion Partners served as exclusive advisor to C.F. Sauer Co. in its divestiture earlier this year of Pleasants Hardware. Its seven retail stores were acquired by Taylor’s Do-It Centers. Separately, Dominion represented Pleasants in the sale of its commercial door business, which was acquired by Cook & Boardman Group. Cook & Boardman is owned by Ridgemont Equity Partners.
Deal value: not disclosed

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