NEW YORK, July 24, 2012 – A cross-practice team of lawyers from King & Spalding has successfully advised GE Capital Corporation, as joint lead arranger and administrative agent, on the financing of Snow Phipps Group's acquisition of LTI Flexible Products, Inc. from Sentinel Capital Partners. Terms of the deal, which was announced July 19, were not disclosed.
LTI Flexible Products is based in Modesto, California. The company designs, manufactures and distributes custom engineered components to original equipment manufacturers in the heavy truck, recreational vehicle, enterprise electronics, off-highway, aerospace, consumer electronics, medical and other industrial markets.
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The King & Spalding team on this transaction was led by finance partners Robert Finley (New York) and Hector Llorens (Atlanta). The following lawyers also advised GE on the matter:
Stefanie Duda (associate, NY)
Jesse Steele (associate, NY)
John Sweet (partner, NY)
Scott Petty (partner, ATL)
Labor & Employment/ ERISA
Ken Raskin (partner, NY)
Donna Edwards (counsel, ATL)
Sheryll Kass (associate, NY)
Adam Freiman (partner, ATL)
Kiran Lingam (associate, NY)
King & Spalding has established itself as one of the top firms advising on the finance aspects of merger & acquisitions. According to rankings recently published by Thomson Reuters LPC, King & Spalding handled the 3rd most M&A financings in the United States through the first half of 2012.
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