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Lornamead Lucite Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking the acquisition by Hong Kong-based Li & Fung of Lornamead. Lornamead owned and marketed personal care brands in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

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Consumer and Household Goods Lucite tombstone

Lucite tombstone celebrating a credit facility in the consumer and household goods sector arranged by New York-based Sawaya Segalas.

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5 Memorable Code Name-Themed Finance Tombstones

October 27, 2022 by David Parry

Code names unleash all sorts of creative possibilities for finance tombstones. A code name...

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Toys “R” Us Deal Toy

Deal toy related to a financing of Toys “R” Us, the Wayne, New Jersey-based retailer. Participating banks included Deutsche Bank and Bank of America.

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Gas Pump-Inspired Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy commemorating the acquisition of 26 retail fuel and convenience stores. The stores, operated under the “Wheels” brand, are located in Connecticut and New York.

(22AZH114)
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Lucite deal toy marking the sale of 26 petrol stations and convenience stores located in Connecticut and New York.

Apartment Tower Refinancing Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy celebrating refinancing for the Miami Plaza apartment tower. The 36-story building includes 425 residential units, and ground-floor retail space.

(21ADH059)
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JPM-Jones Lucite Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy marking a public offering by The Jones Group. headquartered in New York City, The Jones Group is an apparel designer, marketer, wholesaler, and retailer. J.P. Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, and Wells Fargo Securities served as joint book running managers in the transaction.

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Cloud-Themed Deal Toy

Custom Lucite marking the recapitalization of AutoAlert. The Irvine, California-based firm provides cloud-based data services to automobile retailers.

Job: 4AHH03E

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Bain Leather Sofa Deal Toy

Deal toy commemorating the sale of French home decorations and furniture retailer Maisons du Monde. Paris-based Messier Maris & Associes advised the sellers, Apax Partners, LBO France, and Nixen. Bain Capital, the private equity firm headquarted in Boston, was the buyer.

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