Riverside Company acquires DMA Corporation

The Riverside Company has acquired DMA Corporation, which provides profitability analysis to banks and credit unions. The Beaverton, Oregon-based companies have customers in the U.S. and Canada. Riverside plans to expand DMA through add-on acquisitions.


Riverside Company acquires Lexipol

The Riverside Company has acquired Aliso Viejo, California-based Lexipol, which provides policy management and training for public safety organizations. PNC Bank provided financing for the deal.


The Riverside Company invests in Grace Hill

The Riverside Company has invested in Grace Hill. Financial terms weren’t announced. Augusta, Ga.-based Grace Hill provides a suite of training tools, including online courses and videos, for individuals working in the apartment industry. Freeport Capital provided financing for the transaction. Riverside was advised by Jones Day and Deloitte.


The Riverside Company buys The Dwyer Group again

The TZP Group has sold The Dwyer Group back to The Riverside Company. Financial terms weren’t announced. Waco, Texas-based Dwyer is a holding company of seven franchise businesses focused on residential and commercial services. The companies include Aire Serv, Glass Doctor, The Grounds Guys, Mr. Appliance, Mr. Electric, Mr. Rooter (Drain Doctor in the UK and Portugal), and Rainbow International. In December 2010, The Riverside Company announced it was selling The Dwyer Group to TZP in a deal valued at $150 million.


Riverside Company exits UltraVolt

The Riverside Company has exited Ronkonkoma, New York-based UltraVolt, which makes DC-to-DC high-voltage power converters. The firm did not disclose how it exited the company.


The Riverside Company invests in Censis Technologies

The Riverside Company has invested in Censis Technologies. Based in Franklin, Tenn, Censis provides SaaS-based surgical instrument tracking and workflow solutions for sterile processing departments of hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers.


Riverside acquires PearServe as fifth add-on for ECN

The Riverside Company has acquired PearServe as the fifth add-on to its Emergency Communications Network platform. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, the business provides voice, text and email notification services for healthcare, education, and corporate clients nationwide.

Riverside exits Retail Zoo

The Riverside Company has exited Retail Zoo, an Australian owner of four quick service restaurant concepts. The deal marks Riverside’s 100th exit since its 1988 founding.


H-D acquires Sungear

H-D Advanced Manufacturing Company has acquired Sungear. Headquartered in San Diego, CA, Sungear manufactures precision gear components for aerospace suppliers worldwide. H-D was formed in December 2012 by The Riverside Company, Hicks Equity Partners and Weinberg Capital Group.


Riverside Company exits Thibaut

The Riverside Company has exited Thibaut. The business is a designer and distributor of high-end wallpaper, fabric and furniture based in Newark, New Jersey.


Riverside Company buys RS Occupational Health

The Riverside Company has acquired RS Occupational Health. Financial terms weren’t announced. RS Occupational, of Aberdeen, Scotland, provides occupational health services. Fifth Street provided financing for the transaction.


The Riverside Company exits OnCourse Learning Corporation UPDATED

The Riverside Company has exited its investment in OnCourse Learning Corporation. Based in Wisconsin, OnCourse offers a variety of career-training courses aimed at professionals requiring certifications or mandated by regulatory agencies. UPDATE: CIP Capital has made an undisclosed investment in OnCourse. Fifth Street Finance Corp. provided the debt financing.

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