Chromaflo Technologies of Ashtabula, Oh., an Arsenal Capital-backed company that sells colorants and chemicals for the paint, coatings, and thermoset plastics industries, has acquired Elementis B.V. for an undisclosed amount. Elementis sells a line of colorant products in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
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Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System is currently 3% over allocated to its private equity programme. For the period ended May 31, 2012 OPPRS had committed $438,000,000 to private equity capturing a market value of $226,777,000 which accounted for 13% of the total pension portfolio, 3% over its 10% target allocation.
Arsenal Capital-backed Innovative Medical Device Solutions has announced the refinancing of the company’s senior and subordinated debt obligations. The company has also announced the appointment of Ron Lawson as chairman of the board of directors and added Donald Deieso, operating partner in Arsenal Capital Partners’ healthcare group, to the board. PRESS RELEASE IMDS® (Innovative Medical [...]
Week’s Top Posts Focus on Co-Founder Leaving Huntsman Gay, Kravis Calling for Tax Overhaul and Seed Deals Getting Pricier
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Arsenal Capital, the New York-based private equity firm, will begin marketing its third fund later this year, according to an individual familiar with its plans. After reeling in a pair of oversubscribed funds and boasting positive returns on both, it is expected that when Arsenal reloads, its third fund will be substantially larger than its [...]
New York-based private equity firm Arsenal Capital Partners has acquired Royal Adhesives & Sealants, a South Bend, Indiana-based provider of sealant products for the aerospace and defense, construction, specialty packaging, automotive, and industrial markets. Financial terms of the deal were not released, however, New York-based Prospect Capital provided $14 million in debt financing to support the deal.
Arsenal Capital Partners is sponsoring the formation of KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, an institutional fixed income broker-dealer, focusing on mortgage-backed, asset-backed and agency debt securities. The New York-based company begins with around $100 million in equity capital, and is being led by former Salomon Brothers/Citigroup pros Levent Kahraman and Dan Goldman.