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Primus Capital is a private equity firm focused on investing in established companies in the business services, healthcare and education industry sectors. Primus looks for established, high-growth companies with strong management and predictable/recurring revenues. The Firm will consider both control and minority positions and has a target investment size of $15 to $40 million. Prospective transaction types include growth equity financings, recapitalizations, and management-led buyouts. Primus was formed in 1984 and is based in Cleveland, Ohio.
|Overall||19 of 55|
|Sector (Insurance)||1 of 1|
|Type (Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI))||11 of 13|
|State (Connecticut)||1 of 1|
|Country (United States)||18 of 54|
|Year (2007)||3 of 4|
|Size (of disclosed)||1 of 6|
Community Education Centers, Inc.
West Caldwell, New Jersey, United States
Community Education Centers, Inc. is a national provider of rehabilitative services for offenders through reentry and in-custody treatment programs as well as comprehensive management services for county, state, and federal correctional and detention facilities. CEC provides evidence-based programming for residential and non-residential clients through reentry and correctional facilities, in-prison treatment services, and outpatient and day reporting programs.
Miramar, Florida, United States
TrialGraphix is a national litigation consulting firm that specializes in discovery management, trial and jury consulting, litigation technologies, and trial graphics and courtroom presentation services for trial attorneys, law firms, and corporate counsel at Fortune 500 companies. With more than 280 full-time professionals, the firm has offices in eight of the country's top legal markets, from its headquarters in Miami to Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Houston.
Corsair Capital is a private investment firm focused on investments in the financial services industry. Specific areas of interest include banks, insurance companies, credit card specialists, asset managers, private banks, mortgage lenders, financial technology firms, and finance companies. The Firm looks to invest between $50 to $100 million in companies with proven business models and 'meaningful' barriers to entry. Corsair will consider opportunities around the world, including the US, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Prospective transactions include recapitalizations, growth capital financings, management buyouts, and special/distressed situations. Corsair Capital was originally established in 1992 and is based in New York City. Corsair has an additional office in London.
|Overall||7 of 25|
|Sector (Insurance)||3 of 7|
|Type (Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI))||3 of 11|
|State (Connecticut)||1 of 1|
|Country (United States)||2 of 11|
|Year (2007)||1 of 3|
|Size (of disclosed)||5 of 6|
NewStar Financial, Inc.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
NewStar Financial, Inc. is an internally-managed, commercial finance company with $7.3 billion of assets managed across two complementary business lines — middle market direct lending and asset management. The Company's direct lending activities are focused on meeting the complex financing needs of companies and private investors in the middle markets through specialized lending groups that offer a range of flexible debt financing options. Credit investments are originated directly through teams of experienced, senior bankers and marketing officers organized around key industry and market segments. Through its asset management platforms, NewStar offers a range of investment products employing credit-oriented strategies focused on middle market loans and liquid, tradeable credit.
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Capstar Bank operates as a state chartered bank that provides personal and business banking products and services. The company offers checking and savings accounts, money market accounts, certificates of deposit, debit card/ATM access, and Internet banking services.
Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division is the investment arm of Goldman Sachs. The primary corporate investment group within the Merchant Banking Division is Goldman Sachs' direct investment arm. GS's direct investment arm consists of GS Capital Partners, GS Mezzanine Partners, and GS Growth Partners. GS Capital Partners is the direct corporate equity investment group which seeks LBO, recapitalization, and growth investments to help fund acquisitions, expansions, recapitalizations, restructurings, buyouts, and take privates. GS Capital Partners looks to invest between $50 and $800 million in opportunities in North/South America, Europe, Asia. GS Mezzanine Partners is the junior capital arm of Goldman Sachs. GS Mezzanine looks to invest between $200 million and and $800 million in transactions valued up to $10 billion. Investment proceeds are used to fund leveraged buyouts, expansion financings, recapitalizations, acquisitions, and restructurings. GS Growth looks to invest in growth equity transactions. The unit seeks to commit $20 to $200 million per investment. Other units within GS's merchant banking division include Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Urban Investments. Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division is based in New York City.
|Overall||48 of 172|
|Sector (Insurance)||4 of 5|
|Type (Buyout (LBO, MBO, MBI))||17 of 32|
|State (Connecticut)||1 of 3|
|Country (United States)||34 of 117|
|Year (2007)||14 of 21|
|Size (of disclosed)||38 of 49|
San Diego, California, United States
Nursefinders, Inc. is a nurse staffing companies to hospitals and other healthcare facilities and a major provider of home healthcare services. Through its network of approximately 120 medical staffing and home health care offices, Nursefinders provides RNs, LPN/LVNs, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, nursing assistants, companions and other healthcare and medical clerical professionals to more than 4,200 hospitals, nursing homes, healthcare centers and patients across the U.S.
Warsaw, Indiana, United States
Biomet, Inc. is a designs and manufactures orthopedic medical devices and other products used primarily by surgeons and medical specialists, with distribution in over 70 countries and a product portfolio that encompasses orthopedic joint replacement products, dental reconstructive implants, fixation devices, spinal products and other applications.