Ms. Enea's recent transactions include representing:
- AMETEK, Inc. (NYSE: AME) in its $1.5 billion amended and restated revolving credit facility to support growth initiatives, including strategic acquisitions. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Bank of America N.A., Wells Fargo Bank, PNC Bank and SunTrust Bank acted as joint lead arrangers and joint book managers for the credit facility, leading a syndicate that includes five additional banks.
- Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) in its $125 million asset-based revolving credit facility with JPMorgan Chase acting as administrative agent, secured on a first priority basis by certain assets of Unisys Corporation and the subsidiary guarantors consisting primarily of the U.S. trade accounts receivable of Unisys, and secured on a junior basis to Unisys’ first and second lien secured notes by the other assets of Unisys and the subsidiary guarantors.
- PSC Industrial Outsourcing in financing for its acquisition of Aquilex Hydrochem consisting of a $430 million first lien term loan B, a $140 million second lien term loan, and a $75 million asset-based revolving credit facility, with Goldman Sachs and Jeffries Finance as joint lead arrangers.
- LittleJohn & Co., a private equity firm, in an $178 million acquisition financing facility, with BMO Harris Bank, N.A. acting as administrative agent, consisting of a $153 million term loan and $25 million revolving line of credit, to, among other things, enable its affiliate, LT Smile Acquisition Corporation, to purchase the equity of Benevis Holding Corp.
- Star2Star Communications, a North American hybrid cloud communications company, in connection with the acquisition financing facility for its merger with Blueface, a pan-European Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) provider, whereby the combined entity, StarBlue, became a top five global provider in the global Unified Communications market.
- NewSpring Capital, LLC as administrative agent and lender in an initial investment into Nelson Worldwide, Inc. in partnership with Salem Investment Partners and a subsidiary of Kemper Corporation (NYSE: KMPR), as well as completing seven add-ons over the course of a year, followed by NewSpring’s successful exit of Nelson.