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LM+Co Capital’s Q2 2018 Newsletter

Posted | LM+Co Capital, News, Thought Leadership 

We are pleased to present LM+Co Capital’s Q2 2018 Middle-Market Update. This newsletter offers a recap of 1H 2018 activity and an overview of key trends impacting current US Mergers and Acquisitions (M+A) and Capital Markets for the balance of 2018.

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Physicians at California Protons Cancer Therapy Center, provide life-saving therapy when insurance denies claim. LM+Co is currently advising California Protons.

Posted | News 

Channel KGTV in San Diego reports of a 22-year-old breast cancer patient in California was denied insurance coverage for Proton Therapy, an advanced form of radiation therapy that carefully targets cancer cells and does less damage to surrounding tissue. This patient has a genetic mutation predisposing her to developing cancer, and with traditional radiation therapy, […]

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California Proton Therapy Center, LLC Re-Launches California Protons

Posted | Announcements, News 

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — California Proton Therapy Center, LLC today announced the official re-launch of California Protons, a cancer treatment center located at 9730 Summers Ridge Road in San Diego. California Protons features an expanded physician group and new management team and ownership, effectively positioning the Center for continued excellent patient care, […]

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LM+Co Capital’s Q3 2017 Newsletter

Posted | News, Thought Leadership 

2017 is on par with 2016, Albeit with Some Trepidation

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Will Grocers Succumb to the Current Retail Crisis?

Posted | News, Thought Leadership 

We’ve recently seen an unprecedented number of retail store closings. Retail bankruptcies in just the first half of 2017 have already surpassed the number of retail bankruptcies for the entire year of 2016. If supermarkets follow in the footsteps of other retail segments, then 2017 could be disastrous. Joining the list of bankrupt companies are […]

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Strengthening the Fundamentals: Critical Building Blocks on the Path to Grocery Success

Posted | News, Thought Leadership 

With Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods, pundits are speculating what the reaction and next move should be among grocers struggling to survive. Grocers already face intense competition, not only from traditional supermarkets but from a wide-ranging array of other retail channels, including supercenters, warehouse, limited assortment, specialty, discount and convenience/drug stores.  Given the entry […]

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Thoughtful 100-Day Planning

Posted | News, Performance Improvement, Thought Leadership 

Reduce Risk Without Adding Time In today’s competitive M+A market, the push to close deals quickly is stronger than ever. Fewer proprietary deals are on the table and more firms are bidding on each opportunity. As a result, a lightning-fast but still effective buy-side diligence, complete with a vetted 100-day plan, is critical to a […]

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LM+Co Capital Completes Successful Refinancing of TruFood Mfg., Inc.

Posted | Announcements, News 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – April 28, 2017 LM+Co Capital, a New York-based middle market investment banking firm, announced today the successful refinancing of its client TruFood Mfg., Inc. (“TruFood”), based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. BHI (Bank Hapoalim B.M.) and AloStar Capital Finance acted as co-agents on the refinancing transaction. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. […]

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Owners of Scripps Proton Therapy Center File for Bankruptcy

Posted | Announcements, News, Turnaround + Restructuring 

As Reported in San Diego Business Journal |March 2, 2017 The owner of Mira Mesa’s 3-year-old Scripps Proton Therapy Center has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after failing to attract and receive reimbursement for treating a sufficient number of patients. California Proton Treatment Center LLC said it has arranged a $16 million bridge loan it […]

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Erickson Inc. plan of reorganization confirmed by bankruptcy court

Posted | Announcements, News, Turnaround + Restructuring 

As first reported at Erickson Incorporated |March 21, 2017 Erickson’s restructuring will reduce the company’s pre-bankruptcy debt by more than $400 million upon emergence. In order to improve its capital structure and finance its exit from bankruptcy, Erickson was able to (i) obtain a commitment for an asset-based lending facility with a borrowing capacity of up […]

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