Abacus Finance Group acted as administrative agent and sole lead arranger for $23 million in senior secured credit facilities to support the acquisition of FocusVision Worldwide by Thompson Street Capital Partners in partnership with FocusVision management. Headquartered in Stamford, CT, FocusVision is a provider of online video transmission, analysis and archive solutions for the qualitative market research industry.
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Thompson Street Capital Partners said Tuesday that it sold its majority stake in BarcodesInc to the Cortec Group. Financial terms weren’t announced. Chicago-based BarcodesInc provides barcoding, mobile computing and radio-frequency identification solutions.
Cequel Data Centers, a portfolio company of Thompson Street Capital Partners, Charterhouse Group, and Cequel III has acquired TierPoint, a provider of colocation, managed IT and cloud computing services in the Pacific Northwest. TierPoint operates three data centers in the greater Spokane, Wash., area. With its prior acquisitions including facilities in Dallas, Oklahoma City, and [...]
Thompson Street Capital Partners has announced the sale of Universal Air Filter to Chicago-based Filtration Group. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Universal Air Filter makes specialty products used in the telecommunications, data networking, medical and power generation industries. PRESS RELEASE Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, [...]
Thompson Street Capital Partners announced Friday that they closed their third fund at $350 million. Investors for TSCP III mainly came from their second fund. St. Louis-based Thompson Street invests in service, manufacturing and distribution busineses.
Charterhouse Group and Thompson Street Capital Partners have acquired Perimeter Technology in partnership with Cequel III, a St. Louis-based management and investment firm. Oklahoma City-based Perimeter is a provider of data center colocation and managed hosting services. Terms of the deal were not released.
I have more info on the Wall Street Systems sale.
Yesterday, I reported that ION Trading, which is backed by TA Associates, was buying Wall Street Systems. Warburg Pincus owns a majority of the company. The PE firm expects to make make more than 3x its investment on the sale of Wall Street Systems, a person says.
Wall Street Systems is selling for north of $500 million, two sources say. Deutsche Bank is advising on the sale, sources say.
Thompson Street Capital Partners has put Iron Data on the block, four sources say.
Atlanta-based Iron Data develops software for local and state governments. The company, which employs over 300 people, produced more than $25 million EBITDA, one PE exec says. Thompson Street was seeking bids of 10x for Iron Data, the source says.
“It was pretty frothy,” the person says of the auction.
St. Louis-based Thompson Street Capital Partners acquired a majority interest in Barcodes Inc., a Chicago company engages in barcode, mobile computing and radio-frequency identification solutions. Financial terms were not disclosed. Thompson Street Capital, which manages $450 million in capital, has made six acquisitions this year.