Cartera Commerce said Tuesday that it raised $12.2 million in growth equity led by Comvest Group. Prior investors, which included Flybridge Capital, Dace Ventures, LBO Enterprises and Venture Capital Fund of New England, also particiated. Cartera, which provides card-linked marketing solutions, has raised $43 million in capital to date. PRESS RELEASE Cartera Commerce, the leading provider [...]
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The Comvest Group has acquired Lennox Hearth Products from Lennox International. Financial terms weren’t announced. LHP makes fireplaces, fireplace inserts, free-standing stoves, gas log sets, accessories and venting products. PRESS RELEASE The Comvest Group (“Comvest”), through its Comvest Investment Partners IV fund (“Comvest IV”), is pleased to announce the acquisition of Lennox Hearth Products (“LHP” [...]
Atlanta-based Mueller Water Products is selling U.S. Pipe, which makes pipes, fittings, valves, hydrants and related products, to the Chicago-based private equity firm Wynnchurch Capital for $89.8 million in cash, subject to post-closing adjustments. Comvest Group, a private equity firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is helping to shepherd the transaction. PRESS RELEASE: Mueller Water [...]
Comvest Capital II, the debt fund belonging to the Florida-based investor, is providing a $10 million debt facility to Alana Healthcare LLC, a company that provides comprehensive patient care and clinical consultations. Specifics of the deal were not disclosed. Alana is based in Tennessee.
Radiation oncology management, development, and advisory firm Integrated Oncology Network (ION) has made a strategic investment in cancer treatment and therapy business SightLine Health and its subsidiaries. ION is a privately held company whose shareholders include a small group of strategic investors, including Capricorn Investment Group and Comvest Group. PRESS RELEASE Integrated Oncology Network, LLC [...]
Time to catch up on your reading. Here are the 10 most popular posts among peHUB’s regular readers for Oct. 3 to Oct. 7.
One: Slideshow: UTIMCO in 17 Active Funds with IRRs > 25% – by Lawrence Aragon
Two: Union Square, Other Early Stage Tech VCs Kick Ass for UTIMCO (slideshow) – by Lawrence Aragon
Three: Slideshow: European Fund-of-Funds Build Up U.S. Offices – by Angela Sormani
Four: Slideshow: PE-Backed M&A Jumps in Q3 and Here’s the Top 5 Deals – by Luisa Beltran
Five: Slideshow: More LBO Targets in the CRO Market – by Bernard Vaughan
Six: Promising Portfolios: Asset Values Top Contributed Capital In Recent Cal Regents Venture Funds (Slideshow) – by Mark Boslet
Seven: Infographic: PE vs. VC in Battle of Compensation – by David Toll
Eight: How Will You Remember Steve Jobs? – by Lawrence Aragon
Nine: Comvest Group Lands $580M Fund – by staff
Ten: A Pension Fund Does Away with the Middleman: the VC – by Connie Loizos
The Comvest Group, the Florida-based private equity firm, beat its $500 million target for its fourth fund, nabbing $580 million for Comvest Investment Partners IV. The capital commitments in Comvest IV are from a diverse group of institutional investors, including U.S. state and city pension plans, insurance companies, college endowments, European government pension plans, and global private equity funds of funds.
Comvest Capital II, the debt fund affiliated with the Comvest Group, will provide $15 million in debt and equity financing to Integrated Oncology Network LLC. The company is acquiring a minority interest in Vicura, a radiation oncology center with locations in Southern California.
The Comvest Group, via its Comvest Capital II debt fund, said that is has provided a $20 million in a subordinated term loan to Multi-bank Securities Inc. Multi-bank is an institutional fixed-income securities broker-dealer.