Imperial Capital Leads $115M Offering for Interface Security Systems
Imperial Capital announced the successful completion of a $115 million senior contingent cash pay notes offering for Interface Security Systems, a portfolio company of SunTx Capital Partners, by its parent company, Interface Master Holdings Inc. Interface is a national provider of bundled physical security and secured managed network services to primarily large, commercial multi-site customers. It ranks as No. 12 on the SDM 100, with $8.4 million RMR on Dec. 31, 2013.
“Imperial Capital was an exceptional partner to work with during our successful financing efforts. Its contributions to every aspect of the transaction, including structuring and marketing of the notes, proved to be instrumental and resulted in tremendous investor interest. We are extremely pleased with the outcome of the transaction, which will provide the necessary capital to effectuate our identified growth plan,” said Michael Shaw, chief executive officer of Interface.
“The strong execution of the notes offering exemplifies the strength of Imperial Capital's capabilities in the security investment banking and leveraged finance space, as well as investor confidence in Interface's compelling value proposition,” said Craig Jennings, partner and chief financial officer of SunTx Capital Partners.
“This transaction was an exceptional example of the combined strength of Imperial Capital's leadership in investment banking services to the security industry, coupled with our strong capital markets’ capabilities. Interface and SunTx are long-term client relationships for Imperial Capital and we were thrilled to lead the execution of a very well-received notes offering. As the leaders in a break-out new category for business services at the convergence of physical and network security, Interface is positioned for extraordinary success. We look forward to continuing our support of the company as it grows,” added John E. Mack III, executive vice president and co-head of Investment Banking.
The notes have not been registered under the Securities Act of 1933 or the securities laws of any other jurisdiction and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption therefrom. The notes were offered only to qualified institutional buyers in reliance Rule 144A and to certain non-U.S. persons outside the United States in reliance on Regulation S, both under the SecuritiesAct, according to a press release issued by Imperial Capital.
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