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  1. Accor Closes on FRHI Holdings BuyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | GlobeSt.com

    The addition of the Fairmont, Raffles and SwissA tel brands to its global holdings will enlarge AccorHotels' North American footprint. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.

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  2. Quad-C acquires Rainbow Early Education from Spire CapitalRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | PE Hub

    Spire Capital Partners , a private equity firm specializing in investments across the business services, information services, media, education and communications sectors, closed on the sale of Rainbow Early Education Holding, LLC , a leading provider of early education services, to Quad-C Management, a private equity firm based in Charlottesville, VA. Spire Capital has significant experience investing in the education vertical and partnering with proven management teams.

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  3. Avast to Buy AVG for $1.3 Billion to Add Security SoftwareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | The WHIR

    Avast Software agreed to buy AVG Technologies NV for $1.3 billion in cash to add software to protect mobile phones from malware as it aims to tap into the growing number of physical devices connected to the internet. Avast, which is backed by private-equity firm CVC Capital Partners, will begin a tender offer for Amsterdam-based AVG at $25 a share in cash, the companies said in a statement Thursday.

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  4. CVC-backed Avast to buy AVG Tech for $1.3 blnRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | PE Hub

    Avast Software , which is backed by CVC Capital Partners , has agreed to buy AVG Technologies NV for $25 a share or $1.3 billion. AVG develops business, mobile and PC device security software applications.

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  5. Carey Olsennames six new partners as part of firm's continued expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Isle News

    Leading offshore law firm Carey Olsen has announced six new partners bringing the total number of partners across its seven offices to 49. The new partners are Annette Alexander from the Guernsey corporate practice, Kate Andrews and James Willmott from the Jersey corporate practice, Keith Dixon and Alexa Saunders from the Jersey trusts and private wealth practice and Jeremy Garrood from the Jersey litigation practice. Carey Olsen chairman, John Kelleher, said: "Our new partners have earned their place through their exceptional technical knowledge and dedication to client service.

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  6. US banks flex capital muscle in annual stress testRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Bangor Daily News

    Big U.S. banks are proving themselves to be stronger and sounder in an annual regulatory stress test, even as the Federal Reserve changes doomsday scenarios to keep them on their toes. On Thursday, the Fed said each of the 33 U.S. banks that underwent its standardized stress test were able to stay above minimum required capital levels in severe economic and market conditions.

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  7. 33 U.S. banks withstand first round of Fed stress testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Star Tribune

    All 33 U.S. banks that underwent regulatory stress tests this year were able to withstand a severe economic downturn while staying above minimum-required capital levels, the U.S. Federal Reserve said on Thursday. Overall, big banks would suffer $385 billion in loan losses over a period of nine quarters under the most severe scenario, the Fed said.

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  8. US Banks Flex Capital Muscle in Fed's Annual Stress TestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | News Max

    Big U.S. banks are proving themselves to be stronger and sounder in an annual regulatory stress test, even as the Federal Reserve changes doomsday scenarios to keep them on their toes. On Thursday, the Fed said each of the 33 U.S. banks that underwent its standardized stress test were able to stay above minimum required capital levels in severe economic and market conditions.

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  9. UPDATE 1-U.S. banks flex capital muscle in annual stress testRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Reuters

    Big U.S. banks are proving themselves to be stronger and sounder in an annual regulatory stress test, even as the Federal Reserve changes doomsday scenarios to keep them on their toes. On Thursday, the Fed said each of the 33 U.S. banks that underwent its standardized stress test were able to stay above minimum required capital levels in severe economic and market conditions.

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  10. Big U.S. banks have enough capital to withstand severe stress: FedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Reuters

    All 33 U.S. banks that underwent regulatory stress tests this year were able to withstand severe economic and market conditions while staying above minimum required capital levels, the U.S. Federal Reserve said on Thursday. Overall, big banks would suffer $385 billion in loan losses over a period of nine quarters under the most severe scenario, the Fed said.

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  11. The Delta Report - June 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | JD Supra

    White & Case LLP is proud to introduce the first edition of our derivatives newsletter, The Delta Report. In each issue, we will highlight recent key regulatory developments across the Americas, Europe and Asia and discuss various hot topics, in the derivatives space.

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  12. Gramercy Versus Peru: The Next Nasty Bond Fight in Latin AmericaRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Gramercy Funds Management and Peru are embroiled in the latest bond dispute pitting a U.S. hedge fund against a country in Latin America. The Greenwich, Connecticut-based fund says the government is violating the U.S.-Peru Free Trade Agreement by refusing to pay the $1.6 billion it says it's owed for unpaid notes.

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  13. Gramercy Versus Peru: The Next Nasty Bond Fight in Latin AmericaRead the original story

    Jun 9, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Gramercy Funds Management and Peru are embroiled in the latest bond dispute pitting a U.S. hedge fund against a country in Latin America. The Greenwich, Connecticut-based fund says the government is violating the U.S.-Peru Free Trade Agreement by refusing to pay the $1.6 billion it says it's owed for unpaid notes.

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  14. Zimmer Biomet to buy Broomfield-based LDR for $1 billion, adds spine devicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | Denver Post

    Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc. agreed to buy LDR Holding Corp. for about $1 billion in cash to complement its Broomfield-based Spine division and add surgical technologies for the treatment of patients with spine disorders. The $37-a-share offer has been approved by both boards, the companies said in a statement Tuesday.

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  15. Zimmer Biomet to Buy LDR for $1 Billion, Adds Spine Devices an hour agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | Bloomberg

    Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc. agreed to buy LDR Holding Corp. for about $1 billion in cash to add surgical technologies for the treatment of patients with spine disorders. The $37-a-share offer has been approved by both boards, the companies said in a statement Tuesday.

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  16. Digital Realty To Acquire Eight Premium European Data Centers From Equinix For $874 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | PR Newswire

    Significantly Expands Digital Realty's Global Footprint and Strategic Positioning in Key European Metro Areas Provides Stable Current Cash Flow Stream, with Substantial Lease-Up Opportunity from 6.9 MW of Current Availability and 14.9 MW of Expansion Potential /PRNewswire/ -- Digital Realty Trust, Inc. , a leading global provider of data center, colocation and interconnection solutions, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a portfolio of eight high-quality, carrier-neutral data centers in , which represents a multiple of approximately 13 times the anticipated full-year 2016 portfolio EBITDA.

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  17. Sequential to Acquire Gaiam's Branded Consumer ProductsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2016 | Sporting Goods Business

    Sequential Brands Group, Inc. has agreed to acquire the branded consumer product business from Gaiam Inc. for a total purchase price of approximately $146 million in cash. As part of the transaction, Sequential will acquire Gaiam's yoga, fitness and wellness product business - which includes the Gaiam and SPRI brands - with expansive distribution through Amazon, Kohl's, Target, and Bed Bath & Beyond, among other leading retailers and e-commerce channels in the U.S. and abroad.

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  18. UPDATE 1-Brazils Gol bondholders reject restructuring proposalRead the original story

    May 6, 2016 | Reuters

    May 6 A group of bondholders in Brazil's Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA decided on Thursday to reject the exchange offer announced by the airline, the law firms representing them said. The investors hold about 25 percent of the $780 million in outstanding debt that Gol is seeking to restructure, said the statement by White & Case LLP and Pinheiro Guimaraes Advogados.

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  19. Ad Hoc Group of GOL Noteholders Rejects GOL's Proposed Exchange OfferRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | PR Newswire

    ") issued by GOL Finance Inc., GOL LuxCo S.A. and VRG Linhas Aereas S.A. and guaranteed by GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A. and certain Notes additionally guaranteed by VRG was formed. The Noteholder Group is made up of over a dozen sophisticated financial institutions with vast experience in and holds approximately 25% of all outstanding Notes and more than 50% of the Notes due 2022 transparency and full access to information, equal treatment of similarly situated creditors and respect for the relative priorities of the various stakeholders in GOL's capital structure.

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  20. Gol bondholders hire White & Case to advise on debt restructuringRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2016 | Reuters

    A group of bondholders in Brazilian airline Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA has hired law firm White & Case LLP to advise on a planned debt restructuring. Gol announced on March 30 that it was hiring PJT Partners as financial advisors and told investors the company needs to "revise its capital structure."

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