PEG Pipeline ( aka Deals that close)


We would be happy to host a two day strategy session here in San Diego or Washington, DC should you need talk growth strategies.  When you have $5 million plus in EBITDA, you have a lot good options for your company.

Below are example of private equity group deals that closed or are in the works!  Text JD at 858-869-9483 anytime.

PEG PIPELINE

• The Blackstone Group is nearing a $1.8 billion agreement to purchase the U.S. real estate assets of Swedish pension manager Alecta, according to Bloomberg.

• Brixey & Meyer Capital has acquired Stillwater Technologies, a Troy, Ohio-based provider of precision machining and resistance welding solutions to multiple industries, from Bill and Wanda Lukens. No financial terms were disclosed.www.stlwtr.com

• Cogentrix Solar Holdings, a Charlotte, N.-based portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, has agreed to sell a Colorado solar power plant to Korea Electric Power Corp. for an undisclosed amount. KEPCO and Carlyle also signed a separate power company development partnership.

• CVC Capital Partners has agreed to acquire a 15% stake in Indonesian hospital operator PT Siloam International Hospitals for around $166 million from majority owner PT Lippo Karawaci.

• MBK Partners has abandoned plans to acquire Japanese golf course operatorAccordia Golf Co. (Tokyo: 2131) after a recent spike in the company’s stock price, according to Reuters. The deal would have valued Accordia at upwards of $1.6 billion. Read more.

• Nutanix, a San Jose, Calif.-based provider of datacenter infrastructure solutions, has agreed to acquire PernixData and has completed an acquisition of Calm.io. No financial terms were disclosed for either deal. PernixData is a San Jose, Calif.-based maker of software that aggregates all the flash-based storage that comes with servers into one sharable pool. Its backers include Menlo Ventures, Kleiner Perkins and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Calm.io is an India-based data center automation company that had been backed by Sequoia Capital India. Nutanix, which filed for an IPO last December, has raised over $300 million in VC funding from firms like Lightspeed.

• Quadrant Private Equity has acquired WorldMark, an Australian provider of auto add-on products like window tint to car dealerships, from Navis Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. Read more.

• TDR Capital has hired Goldman Sachs and ABG Sundal Collier to find a buyer for Norwegian cruise operator Hurtigruten ASA, according to Bloomberg. Possible suitors reportedly include Bain Capital, EQT Partners and TPG Capital. Hurtigruten is generating around €135 million in annual EBITDA.

• TriStyle Mode GmbH, a German direct fashion retailer owned by Equistone Partners Europe, has acquired Long Tall Sally, a UK-based long/tall women’s apparel maker. No financial terms were disclosed. The seller was Amery Capital.www.longtallsally.com

KKR

• Nutanix, a San Jose, Calif.-based provider of datacenter infrastructure solutions, has agreed to acquire PernixData and has completed an acquisition of Calm.io. No financial terms were disclosed for either deal. PernixData is a San Jose, Calif.-based maker of software that aggregates all the flash-based storage that comes with servers into one sharable pool. Its backers include Menlo Ventures, Kleiner Perkins and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Calm.io is an India-based data center automation company that had been backed by Sequoia Capital India. Nutanix, which filed for an IPO last December, has raised over $300 million in VC funding from firms like Lightspeed.

Information provide by Associated Press, CB Insight, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Reuters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information.

Contact JD Morris anytime via text 858-869-9483 about $4 million plus EBITDA deals.  Our network of deal people can do billion dollar to just few million dollar M&A deals.

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JD Morris

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