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Partnered with J.P. Morgan to provide the department store retailer a A$215 million, four-year asset-based lending facility.
Disposed of $165 million in inventory for 44 Filene's Basement stores.
Supported the store closure programme of this Singaporean retailer.
Engaged by this heritage German department store to support its restructuring proceedings. Disposed of over 50 big-box department stores across Germany with over €300 million of retail inventory.
Engaged by Germany's leading sportswear retailer to assist with restructuring including the disposition of over 16 large sports stores with more than €40 million of retail inventory.
Engaged to oversee the closure of 17 big-box department stores and successfully sold out of over €70 million of retail inventory.
Retained to close 117 Sears Home and Sears Department Stores across Canada, disposing of inventory and furniture, fixtures and equipment as part of a joint venture.
Provided a £9.4 million bridge loan facility to this iconic British department store.
Collaborated with the high-end Italian department store to clear stock and strengthen its store portfolio.
Provided a turnkey solution for 62 department stores, headquarters, distribution centre and supplier negotiations.
Provided a $7.5 million term loan to this 100-year-old chain of Midwestern off-price department stores that operates 99 locations throughout the U.S.
Served as collateral agent on a second-lien term loan for this 278-location department store chain. Retained for store closing sales across 42 Bon-Ton, Bergner's, Boston Store, Carson's, Elder-Beerman, Herberger's and Younker department stores as part of a joint venture.
Provided a term loan to this family apparel retailer to support its working capital needs. Subsequently provided restructuring services and disposed of real estate, inventory and fixtures during its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Appointed to close four department stores and dispose of furniture, fixtures and equipment for Germany’s second largest department store chain.
Disposed of $215 million in retail inventory from 26 stores for this department store with locations throughout the Southwest.
Disposed of over $95 million in inventory for 111 stores in a multi-phased approach for this home furnishings chain in the Midwest.
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