BSN Sports buys Lids Team Sports

By Luisa Beltran — 3 weeks ago

BSN SPORTS, a division of Varsity Brands, has acquired Lids Team Sports from the Lids Sports Group, a division of Genesco Inc. Financial terms weren’t announced. Indianapolis-based Lids Team Sports sells athletic apparel and equipment to schools and youth sport programs nationwide. Varsity Brands is a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners and Partners Group.


Charlesbank-backed Peacock Engineering reveals changes

By Luisa Beltran — 4 weeks ago

Peacock Engineering Co., a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners, said Monday it is changing its name to Peacock Foods LLC effective immediately. Duncan Lavery was also named President of Peacock Foods Produce and Foodservice Division, reporting to Chuck Metzger, COO. Peacock announced plans to open a larger facility in Anaheim, California, in mid-2016. The company is also launching a new website.


Varsity Brands buys allgoods

By Luisa Beltran — 2 months ago

Varsity Brands, a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners and Partners Group, has acquired allgoods LLC. Financial terms weren’t announced. Arlington, Texas-based allgoods is an apparel-oriented fundraising company that generates funds through the sale of custom merchandise.


Charlesbank buys controlling stake in Plaskolite

By Iris Dorbian — 3 months ago

Charlesbank Capital Partners has acquired a controlling stake in Columbus, Ohio-based Plaskolite Inc, a maker of acrylic and other plastic sheet. No financial terms were disclosed. William Blair provided financial advice to Plaskolite on the transaction while KeyBank and Goodwin Procter advised Charlesbank. PRESS RELEASE BOSTON, MA–(Marketwired – November 03, 2015) – Charlesbank Capital Partners […]


Southcross Energy Partners LP and Southcross Holdings attract $175 mln

By Iris Dorbian — 6 months ago

Southcross Energy Partners LP and Southcross Holdings LP have secured $175 million in funding. The investors were Charlesbank Capital Partners, EIG Global Energy Partners and Tailwater Capital. Dallas-based Southcross Holdings owns and operates midstream energy assets while Southcross Energy Partners LP is a master limited partnership.


Peacock Engineering closes L&L Foods buy

By Luisa Beltran — 7 months ago

Peacock Engineering Co., a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners, said Monday it completed its buy of L&L Foods. CIC Partners was the seller Financial terms weren’t announced. Anaheim, California-based L&L provides high-volume, single-serve/portion-control packages of food products.


PE-owned Peacock Engineering Company to acquire L&L Foods

By Iris Dorbian — 7 months ago

Peacock Engineering Company, a portfolio company of Charlesbank Capital Partners, has agreed to buy L&L Foods. No financial terms were disclosed for the transaction that is expected to be completed by the end of the month. PricewaterhouseCoopers provided financial advice to Peacock and Charlesback on the deal while Houlihan Lokey did likewise for L&L Foods. Based in Anaheim, California, L&L Foods is a provider of portion-control food packaging solutions.


Charlesbank, M/C Partners to buy Acxiom IT

By Luisa Beltran — 9 months ago

Acxiom said Wednesday that it agreed to sell its IT Infrastructure Management business (Acxiom IT) to Charlesbank Capital Partners and M/C Partners for total cash consideration of up to $190 million. The $190 million is comprised of $140 million in cash at closing and up to $50 million in contingent payments subject to certain performance metrics.


HGGC, Charlesbank to sell Citadel Plastic in $800 mln deal

By Luisa Beltran — 11 months ago

HGGC and Charlesbank Capital Partners said Monday they have agreed to sell Citadel Plastic Holdings to A. Schulman in a deal valued at $800 million. The transaction is expected to close in second quarter. West Chicago, Illinois-based Citadel provides thermoplastic and engineered composite compounds.


Charlesbank agrees to sell The Princeton Review

By Chris Witkowsky — 2 years ago

Charlesbank Capital Partners has agreed to sell test preparation and college admission services company The Princeton Review to, an operating business of IAC. The deal is expected to close on Aug. 1, 2014, subject to closing conditions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.