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Featuring PE-backed businesses that rethought their operating models to pivot out of the crisis.
Retailer Lucky Brand Dungarees, a portfolio company of Leonard Green & Partners LP, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing the coronavirus pandemic as the source of its financial troubles, reported USA Today.
While Carlyle is now coming in at a much higher valuation, the investment is logical from a risk-adjusted perspective and considering Unison’s growth potential, says the firm's Michael Gozycki.
Most advisory firms have stuck to either deferring or shortening their summer programs while still paying for the full term.
Ares racks up $3.5 billion for its special opportunities fund and Aurora acquires marketing FMG Suite from K1.
Bob Morse, Strattam Capital, private equity
Global quarantine and the remote-everything environment made Ecrion more attractive as a deal target for Strattam.
General Electric, John Flannery, healthcare, IT, information technology, private equity
Lee Equity Partners acquired and merges two urological-care providers and Royalty Pharma has the largest IPO of this year so far.
Goldman Sachs makes a key promotion and Lee Equity acquires two urology care providers.
Citing COVID-19, PE-backed gym chain 24 Hour Fitness files for bankruptcy and GreyLion Capital completed its spinout from Perella Weinberg Partners.

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