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Company Deal Size Business Description Deal Description
Ellis
$40,100,000
$40,100,000
Floorplan and Real Estate Financing

Floorplan and Real Estate Financing
Huntington Beach Ford
$34,625,000
$34,625,000
Floorplan and Mortgage Loan Financing

Floorplan and Mortgage Loan Financing
Meador
$22,000,000
$22,000,000
Floorplan and Mortgage Exposure

Floorplan and Mortgage Exposure
Fletcher Auto Group
$45,040,000
$45,040,000
Permanent Real Estate Financing, Additional Floorplan and Derivative Exposure

Permanent Real Estate Financing, Additional Floorplan and Derivative Exposure
Homerun Auto Sales
$48,400,000
$48,400,000
Floorplan, Mortgage and Capital Loan Exposure

Floorplan, Mortgage and Capital Loan Exposure
Wallace Automotive
$66,000,000
$66,000,000
Floorplan, Real Estate and Acquisition Financing

Floorplan, Real Estate and Acquisition Financing
Jenkins Auto Group
$61,000,000
$61,000,000
Floorplan, Mortgage and Acquisition Line of Credit Exposure

Floorplan, Mortgage and Acquisition Line of Credit Exposure
NextEra Energy
$176,700,000
$176,700,000
Subsidiary Tax Equity Partnership Investment

Wind Energy Assets

Wind Energy Assets Subsidiary Tax Equity Partnership Investment
KEMET Corporation
$50,000,000
$50,000,000
Back-up Liquidity

Electronic capacitors manufacturer

Headquartered in Simpsonville, South Carolina, KEMET Corporation is a leading manufacturer of capacitors, an electronic component consisting of conducting materials separated by a dielectric, or insulating material, which allows a capacitor to act as a filtering or an energy storage/delivery device. The company has a total of 21 manufacturing plants located in the southeastern United States, Mexico, Europe and Asia. KEMET’s products are sold into a broad range of industries including the computer, communications, and automotive, military, consumer, industrial and aerospace.

From 2006 to 2008, KEMET was impacted by challenging industry conditions which led to reduced volume and downward pricing pressure. After successful restructuring efforts coupled with an overall industry rebound, KEMET was looking for a traditional line of credit as a true backup liquidity facility. Bank of America Business Capital provided a $50 million revolving credit facility to support ongoing working capital needs. Bank of America Merrill Lynch also is providing letters of credit and treasury management products and services.

Electronic capacitors manufacturer Back-up Liquidity
H&H Charters
$4,500,000
$4,500,000
Floor plan financing

Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon Floor plan financing
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