Sun Capital exits Vari-Form

Sun Capital Partners Inc has sold its stake in Vari-Form Inc to Crowne Group LLC. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Troy, Michigan, Vari-Form is a maker of front end structures, cross members, roof rails, frame rails, instrument panel beams, radiator supports and engine cradles for pickup trucks, SUVs and light vehicles.


Sun Capital exits Point Blank

Sun Capital Partners has sold its stake in Point Blank Enterprises to JLL Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Pompano Beach, Florida, Point Blank is a maker of ballistic and soft armor systems.

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Sun Capital sells Manoir to Lisi Group

Sun Capital has sold Manoir Aerospace to Lisi Group. No financial terms were disclosed. Lincoln International advised Sun Capital on the transaction. Manoir is a provider of aerostructure and aeroengine components for the aerospace sector.

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H.I.G. Capital’s Integrity Nutraceuticals buys Cornerstone from Sun Capital

Integrity Nutraceuticals, a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, has acquired Cornerstone Research & Development from Sun Capital. No financial terms were disclosed. Houlihan Lokey was the exclusive financial advisor to Cornerstone on the transaction. Based in Ogden, Utah, Cornerstone is a producer of capsule, tablet and powder products.


Ruling Against Sun Capital Could Have Wider Private Equity Impact

In a court case that could add a new risk factor to some deals, the First Circuit Court of Appeals last month ruled in favor of the New England Teamsters and Trucking Industry Pension Fund, which argued that two investment funds managed by Sun Capital Partners were liable for $4.5 million in pension liabilities for Scott Brass Inc., a Sun Capital portfolio company that want bankrupt in 2008, according to Buyouts, peHUB’s sister magazine.

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NBNK Puts in Second Round Bid for Lloyds Branches

British bank venture NBNK has submitted a second-round bid for about 630 Lloyds bank branches, Reuters reported Wednesday. Sun Capital and Co-Operative Financial Services have yet to put in second-round offers. The branches – put up for sale following a British government bailout during the credit crisis – are expected to fetch some 1.5 billion pounds ($2.3 billion). Britain ended up with a 40.6% stake in Lloyds following the bailout, Reuters wrote.

Poll Results: John Doerr Is Ready for Reality TV

I hope John Doerr has an agent.

The Kleiner Perkins partner emerged the winner of yesterday’s poll. Thirty-seven percent of voters picked Doerr as the most deserving to get his own reality TV show. Mark Leder, Sun Capital’s co-CEO, placed a close second with 31.3%.

The biggest surprise? Stephen Schwarzman, Blackstone’s chairman and CEO, who ran a very distant fourth for much of the day only to rally late Thursday (at one point Schwarzman was running neck-in-neck with Doerr for the lead). But Schwarzman didn’t prevail. He ended up a respectable third with 25.4%. DFJ Esprit’s Simon Cook, meanwhile, came in last with 6% (sorry Simon!).

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