The Riverside Company has bought Future Medical. Financial terms were not announced. Waterford, Mich.-based Future Medical provides rental respiratory equipment, liquid oxygen and related services to skilled nursing facilities in 13 Midwestern and Southeast states. PNC and Medley Capital provided financing for the transaction.
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The Riverside Co. has recapped Baby Jogger. Financial terms were not announced. It’s not clear if Riverside Co. has aquired a majority or minority stake in the company. Richmond, Va.-based Baby Jogger designs and markets branded infant and juvenile products focused on baby strollers, bicycle trailers, and related accessories. John Neuner, Brent Spiller and Chip [...]
Angelo, Gordon & Co. has completed the sale of Global Compliance Services Inc. to ELT Holding Co. ELT is a portfolio company of the Riverside Co. Terms of the deal were not released.
Ohio private equity firm The Riverside Co. bought EagleOne Logistics to tack onto platform company Express Courier, a regional delivery services firm. The deal expands Express Courier’s capacity in the South. Texas Capital Bank and THL Credit provided financing for the transaction, Jones Day was Riverside’s legal counsel, and RSM McGladrey advised Riverside on financial due diligence. Specifics were not publicized.
As we close out 2011—the year of the daily deal overvaluation, the inability of private equity to get “good ol’ days” financing, the onset of the angel investor gold rush—it’s time to lay down some prognostications and punditry for the new year. We’ve got a comments section (or, feel free to chime in here), so [...]
Brockway Moran and Partners has acquired Crisis Prevention Institute Inc. from the Riverside Company. Terms of the deal, which closed November 18, were not released. Based in Milwaukee, Crisis Prevention Institute is a training organization specializing in the safe management of crisis situations and disruptive behavior.
Ohio private equity firm Riverside Co. has dealt its Media Source, a children’s literature specialist, the PE firm announced. It is Riverside’s fifth exit of 2011. The PE firm struck deals to acquire The Horn Book Inc. in Massachusetts and titles from Reed Business Information after making the acquisition of Media Source in 2007. Specifics on the transaction were not publicized.
Maranon Capital provided debt financing and an equity co-investment to support the acquisition of Emergency Communications Network Inc. by The Riverside Co. Ormond Beach, Fla.-based Emergency Communications Network provides software-as-a-service products to allow state and county governments communicate warnings, information about natural disasters and other information.
Happy Monday! If you want to catch up on news you may have missed last week, here are peHUB’s top 10 posts, as judged by the pageviews of our regular readers. Hot topics included Q3 fundraising, performance data from Colorado PERA, UTIMCO and New York pension funds, and a growing number of restaurant bankruptcies.
ONE: Slideshow: 15 Largest U.S.-based Venture Funds Raised in Q3 – by Lawrence Aragon
TWO: CrunchFund Wasn’t the Only Newbie Fund Raised in Q3; Here Are 18 Others (slideshow) – by Lawrence Aragon
THREE: Slideshow: Top-Performing PE/VC Funds Of 3 Big-Apple Pensions – by David Toll
FOUR: Top Ten Performing Funds From The Colorado PERA Venture Portfolio (slideshow) – by Mark Boslet
FIVE: Qwikster and 7 Other Terrible, Short-Lived Ideas (slideshow) – by Connie Loizos
SIX: Slideshow: Riverside’s Lessons from the Loo – by Buyouts magazine
SEVEN: Slideshow: Restaurant Bankruptcies Make PE Queasy – by Bernard Vaughan
EIGHT: Slideshow: UTIMCO in 17 Active Funds with IRRs > 25% (subscribers only) – by Lawrence Aragon
NINE: Gores Group Turns More Industry-Focused (subscribers only) – by Bernard Vaughan
TEN: Welsh Carson To Buy Triple Point Tech from ABRY – by Luisa Beltran