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July 3, 2014
08:24 EDTFULL, TCRD, MCC, FSC, SUNS, HRZN, AINV, TICC, MVCBusiness development company rally expected to continue, says Maxim
Maxim attributes the decline in business development company, or BDC, stocks in early May to S&P and Russell's decisions to drop BDCs from their indexes. With the index rebalancings complete and the temporary technical impediment now gone, Maxim expects the more recent rally in BDCs to continue given the group's strong fundamentals. Maxim has Buy ratings on Apollo Investment (AINV), Fifth Street Finance (FSC), Full Circle Capital (FULL), MVC Capital (MVC), Medley Capital (MCC), Horizon Technology (HRZN), Solar Senior Capital (SUNS), THL Credit (TCRD), and TICC Capital (TICC).
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September 15, 2014
19:22 EDTFULLFull Circle Capital reports Q4 EPS 15c, consensus 16c
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07:09 EDTFSCFifth Street Finance receives co-investment exemptive order from SEC
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06:15 EDTFULLFull Circle Capital files $115M mixed securities shelf
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September 10, 2014
09:04 EDTSUNSSolar Senior Capital forms first lien loan program in partnership with Voya
Solar Senior Capital Ltd. (SUNS) announces that it has entered into a joint venture agreement to create a First Lien Loan Program with Voya Investment Management. Voya acts as the investment advisor for several wholly owned insurance subsidiaries of Voya Financial, Inc. (VOYA). The joint venture is expected to invest primarily in senior secured term loans to middle market companies predominantly owned by private equity sponsors or entrepreneurs, consistent with Solar Seniorís core origination and underwriting mandate. Solar Senior and Voya have committed to provide $50M and $7.25M, respectively, of capital to the joint venture. In addition, FLLP intends to seek third party financing that is expected to allow the joint venture to utilize leverage up to a ratio of approximately 2.0x debt-to-equity once the portfolio is sufficiently ramped. Solar Senior and Voya expect to begin funding the portfolio with new investments prior to the end of 2014.
September 9, 2014
17:32 EDTMVCMVC Capital reports Q3 net asset value per share $15.86 vs. $17.36 last year
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