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People Moves of the Week

Riverside, Kainos Capital, Barclays
Riverside promotes Peter Tsang to partner; Kainos adds previous Nash Finch president as partner; Barclays returns former employee as managing director advising PE firms

Mid-Year M&A Update

Is 2015 Frontloaded?
Dealmakers enjoyed a busy first half of the year, but many see growth slowing over the next 12 months

Finance Finesse

Frothy Leverage Markets Move Multiples
“Multiples have moved into double-digit territory because of the emergence of the non-bank lending ecosystem,” says Rich Lawson, HGGC CEO

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Can Lawsuit-Laden American Apparel Skirt Bankruptcy?

With a mult-million dollar interest payment due in October, the company is working on a turnaround while fending off lawsuits from founder Dov Charney

TA Associates Invests in Fertility with CCRM

The deal follows the firmís Procare Software investment and precedes the planned IPO of TA-backed SkinnyPop

Premier Adds CECity as Health Care Tech Demand Continues

Schryver Medical and NantHealth have recently made technology-related acquisitions

Distressed Company Watch List

See which companies have recently indicated doubt about continuing as going concerns in SEC filings, including Dover Downs, Lyfe Communications and ZaZa Energy

Shire Makes Bids for Baxalta to Build Rare Disease Biz

Shire, which is seeking to boost growth after a proposed sale to AbbVie collapsed in 2014, bought NPS Pharma in February

Old World Gets New Car Lighting

The maker of Antifreeze is adding Eikoís headlights and miniature lamps

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People Moves of the Week: Riverside, Kainos Capital, Barclays

Riverside promotes Peter Tsang to partner; Kainos adds previous Nash Finch president as partner; Barclays returns former employee as managing director advising PE firms

Bubble Wrap Maker Sealed Air Scores B+ Equipment

Sealed Airís most recent purchase of the owner of I-pack and e-cube brands continues the active dealmaking in the packaging sector

Exor Wins Reinsurance Provider PartnerRe, Ending Months of Hostile Bidding

Investment company Exor outbids Axis Capital

Let's Hear it for the Ladies (Of the Middle Market!)

Send us your nominations for the 25 Most Influential Women in Mid-Market M&A. Pictured: Gretchen Perkins, Huron Capital

Q2 Gets More Security With Centrix Soultions

The deal extends Q2ís relationship with financial services security products provider

Envision Healthcare Gets a Ride With Rural/Metro

The buyer is purchasing the ambulance operator from Warburg Pincus

5 Companies for Sale

See which companies hit the auction block this week, Bellisio Foods and Interstate Hotels & Resorts

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