Serent Capital invests in Compeat

Serent Capital has made an undisclosed investment in Compeat Restaurant Management Systems. Based in Austin, Texas, Compeat Restaurant Management Systems is a provider of accounting and back office software and solutions to restaurants.

Riverside Company adds-on C-Learning

The Riverside Company has added-on e-learning course developer C-Learning to its platform company Learning Seat. The investment will provide new technical capabilities, content development expertise and customers to Learning Seat, which provides online courses, training tools and other resources.

EnCap Flatrock Midstream invests in Tall Oak II

EnCap Flatrock Midstream and the management of Tall Oak Midstream LLC have provided an equity commitment of up to $300 million to Tall Oak Midstream II LLC, which has been formed by Tall Oak. According to the company, Tall Oak will contine to focus on midstream assets in the mid-continent while Tall Oak II will concentrate on midstream opportunities in other areas in North America.


Cortec buys Urnex Brands

Cortec Group has acquired Urnex Brands, a Elmsford, New York-based maker of coffee machine cleaning products. No financial terms were disclosed for the transaction that was conducted with Urnex management. Robert W. Baird & Co. provided financial advice to Urnex on the deal.

Antin Infrastructure to buy BP’s stake in Central Area Transmission System

Antin Infrastructure Partners said Thursday it is increasing its stake in Central Area Transmission System. Antin Infrastructure is buying BP’s 36.22 percent share of CATS and will own 99 percent of the business. Financial terms weren’t announced. Antin Infrastructure previously acquired 62.78 percent in July. The CATS system transports gas through 404km of pipeline between the Central North Sea area and Teesside in the UK.


Goldman Sachs invests in Perseus

Perseus, a managed services provider of high-speed connectivity, has secured $20.5 million in funding from Goldman Sachs. According to Perseus, the capital will be used to expand the company’s global managed services network.


Preston Hollow Capital inks $175 mln

Stone Point Capital has made a $175 million financing commitment to Dallas-based merchant bank Preston Hollow Capital. According to Preston Hollow Capital, the capital will be used to make acquisitions and investments as well as expand the company’s municipal finance specialty origination platform.

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