You are browsing the archive for Thomas H. Lee - peHUB.
The top 5 dividends so far this year from PE-backed companies include Attachmate, HCA and Clear Channel.
Thomas H. Lee’s equity investment in Party City may surprise you.
Balance Water has closed on a Series A round of financing from Emil Capital Partners, Thomas H. Lee and Hugh Jackman. Jackman, the actor who has appeared in the “X-Men” movies, was an early Angel investor and has re-upped. Balance claims to have no calories and no artificial additives. PRESS RELEASE Balance Water Inc. closed [...]
Avon may have rejected Coty’s $10 bln offer but the deal may signal the return of the mega LBO.
TV ratings firm Nielsen Holdings has launched a follow-on offering that will allow its private-equity backers to sell as much as $760 million worth of shares, according to Reuters‘ publication IFR. The offering will allow private equity backers Blackstone, Carlyle, KKR, Thomas H. Lee, Hellman & Friedman, AlpInvest Partners and Centerview Capital to sell down [...]
Leonard Green has done OK on Whole Foods
Zagat’s Got a Friend: Google buys Clever Sense
Deadspin’s Drew Magary is pretty freakin’ popular
Will the White House smackdown the GOP’s payroll tax pitch?
Steve Cohen Finds insider trading rules “vague.” Not vague: the thickness of a prison wall.
A Peculiar Love Affair: The private equity and pubic pension relationship
Would you work here? Bain tops best places to work list
Lasting FM: The grandaddy of online music services serenades users with new discovery tool
The Glaxo Consumer Assets Race: Thomas H Lee currently in the lead
Another Euro Bank gets ready to sell off PE assets
Pipe Dreams for Olympus? Ousted CEO says he would favour PE backing for a recapitalisation
It looks like Thomas H. Lee and Goldman Sachs are selling some of their MoneyGram International stock.
Today, MoneyGram announced a secondary offering where stockholders–Thomas H. Lee and Goldman– are offering 11.25 million shares. Underwriters on the deal also have an option to buy an additional 1.7 million shares. Morgan Stanley, Goldman and BofA Merrill Lynch are joint bookrunners on the deal.
Thomas H. Lee is only selling about 3.7 million shares in the secondary. The Boston PE firm will see its stake fall to 48.3% (before the greenshoe) from 53.3%, according to a Nov. 14 SEC filing.