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Goldpoint Partners, Deloitte, CMF Associates
Goldpoint taps former Blackstone exec to be CFO; Deloitte hires FDIC veteran; CMF expands Detroit office with Ashley Dunbar

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Unilever Grows Personal Care Portfolio with Dermalogica
The company recently inked another skincare deal for Kate Somerville, which was sold by JH Partners

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Deutsch Family Purchases Redemption As Wine and Spirits Deals Pop
Acquiring Redemption gives Deutsch an entry into the American whiskey segment

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Turnaround Tuesday: Struggling Cardinal Energy Brings in PE Investor

A Maximilian Global portfolio company is buying some of Cardinal’s oil interests as part of a long-term financing deal

Willis Group, Towers Watson Agree to Merge

Willis, under CEO Dominic Casserley, has been pursuing deals to extend its geographic reach and add customers seeking coverage for specialized risks

Distressed Company Watch List

See which companies have recently indicated doubt about continuing as going concerns in SEC filings, including Calmare Therapeutics and Metastat

Kingspan Energy Makes First U.S. Buy with American Solar & Alt Power

Gibraltar Industries and SunEdison have also made recent solar-asset acquisitions

Marlin Equity Picks Up PE-Backed Distribution Software Business

PE interest in software continues because of recurring revenue software businesses provide, evidenced by recent deals from GTCR and GI Partners

GE Sells GE Capital Europe Buyout Unit to Sumitomo Mitsui

The deal follows GE's planned sale of GE Antares to CPPIB, and fleet unit to Element Financial

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People Moves of the Week:
Goldpoint Partners, Deloitte, CMF Associates

Goldpoint taps former Blackstone exec to be CFO; Deloitte hires FDIC veteran; CMF expands Detroit office with Ashley Dunbar

Accel-KKR-Backed Olidex Expands in Oil Financial Services with ADP Assets

F.W. Davison and On Center Software are among the PE firm's other software investments

Accenture Adds Javelin Group, As Retailers Look to Improve Digital Operations

The deal follows the company's acquisition of Axia, a provider of performance management and M&A services

Amag Pharma Acquires GTCR’s Cord Blood Registry

The exit follows the PE firm’s purchase of pharmacy-management software Rx30

GE Capital’s Fleet Assets Go to Another Canadian Company

The sale to Element Financial follows Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s purchase of GE’s U.S. private-equity lending business, including Antares

The Weekly Wrap: Martha Stewart Living, Stubb's Legendary Kitchen, Pepper Dining

Sequential Brands takes over Martha Stewart Living; McCormick & Co. acquires Stubb's Legendary Kitchen; Brinker International buys Pepper Dining

4 Companies For Sale

See which companies have recently hit the auction block, including FullBeauty and Magnum Hunter

Call for Nominations: Who Are the 25 Most Influential Women in Mid-Market M&A?

Send us your candidates for leading female transaction pros (Pictured, Gretchen Perkins, 2014 Dealmaker of the Year)

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