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Ultimate Resource On Business Bankruptcies In 2020

About 3,600 businesses filed for chapter 11 protection, though bankruptcy-related job cuts fell from first six months of 2019. Ultimate Resource On Business Bankruptcies In 2020

Ultimate Resource On Business Bankruptcies In 2020

Chapter 11 business bankruptcy filings increased 26% in the first half of this year as more companies sought protection from creditors during the coronavirus pandemic, according to legal-services firm Epiq Systems Inc.

U.S. courts recorded a total of 3,604 businesses filing for chapter 11 protection in the first six months of 2020, up from 2,855 in the first half of 2019, Epiq said based on data from its Aacer business unit. Commercial chapter 11 filings were up 43% last month from June of last year.

“In challenging economic environments, companies attempt to file at the right time to capture the best outcomes at the end of the lengthy process,” said Deirdre O’Connor, managing director for Epiq Corporate Restructuring.

There have been more than 500 chapter 11 filings under new bankruptcy rules in place since late February, designed to help small businesses move through the process more quickly and lower paperwork costs.

A bigger rise in bankruptcies is likely to be seen in the coming months as federal Paycheck Protection Program funds and other assistance programs run out for small and midsize businesses, said Rachael Smiley, a bankruptcy lawyer at Dallas-based law firm Ross & Smith PC.

“We may be on borrowed time for job cuts in a number of industries…that were not necessarily distressed when we entered the pandemic,” Ms. Smiley said.

A number of prominent companies filed for bankruptcy in the first half of 2020, including department-store chain J.C. Penney Co., hospital operator Quorum Health Corp., home-goods retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc., telecommunications company Frontier Communications Corp. and CEC Entertainment Inc., the parent company of Chuck E. Cheese.

Overall, for the first half of 2020, bankruptcy filings across all chapters totaled about 298,000, down 23% from a year earlier.

“The market is anticipating a wave of new filings related to the high unemployment rate,” said Chris Kruse, senior vice president at Epiq Aacer. “However, we expect to see overall filings continue to trend down until the government programs that inject liquidity into the economy for companies and individuals come to an end.”

Despite the rise in chapter 11 filings, job cuts announced due to bankruptcies in the first half of 2020 were down from the year-earlier six months.

“Job cuts do not immediately follow a bankruptcy filing, so it’s likely in the months ahead, the filings from the first half of the year will result in cuts,” said Andrew Challenger, senior vice president of global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc.

So far this year, U.S.-based employers have announced nearly 9,600 job cuts, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas. That is significantly lower than the nearly 41,200 job cuts due to bankruptcies from January through June 2019.

This year’s bankruptcy-related job cuts were led by retail, the services sector and the entertainment and leisure industry. The majority of the bankruptcy-related layoffs for all of 2019 were in retail.

Last year was particularly severe for bankruptcy job losses. The number hit more than 62,000 in 2019, the highest level since 2005.

“How many job cuts result from bankruptcy depends on the type of companies filing for bankruptcy,” said Jonathan Carson, chief executive of Stretto, a bankruptcy and technology services firm. “Some companies that file chapter 11, with the intention of reorganizing their business, by and large can happen in a way that involves very few job cuts. But…a retailer that files bankruptcy and closes 150 locations can lead to a lot of job cuts.”

Updated: 9-29-2020

U.S. Retail Bankruptcies, Store Closures Hit Record In First Half

Through June, 18 retailers have filed for chapter 11, according to BDO USA, mostly those selling apparel, footwear and home furnishings.

Retail bankruptcies, liquidations and store closings in the U.S. reached records in the first half of 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic accelerated industry changes, particularly the shift to online shopping, according to a report on the downturn’s severity.

This year’s collapse in American retail is on pace to rival 2010, when 48 retailers filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the 2007-09 recession, according to the report by professional-services firm BDO USA LLP. Including filings through mid-August, BDO said 29 retailers have sought bankruptcy protection in 2020, surpassing the 22 such filings recorded last year.

Temporary government-mandated store closures and social-distancing measures have intensified challenges that bricks-and-mortar retailers had faced before the pandemic, according to BDO. Consumers stuck at home are buying more online than ever, with rising internet sales expected to partially offset losses from physical stores, the report said.

That trend has put more pressure on bricks-and-mortar locations, compounded by excessive debt, store saturation, high unemployment and changing shopper behaviors. In particular, demand has cratered for business attire and outfits for social occasions—weddings, graduations and other milestones.

“This is almost certainly the worst year in recent history for retail,” said Kyle Sturgeon, a managing partner at Atlanta-based turnaround advisory firm Meru LLC.

This year is on pace to rival the 48 total bankruptcy filings by retailers in 2010, following the 2007-09 recession. Retail bankruptcies in 2020 have already surpassed the 22 total filings in 2019.

In the first six months, 18 retailers filed for chapter 11 protection, mostly concentrated in apparel and footwear, home furnishings, grocery and department stores, BDO said. They include department-store operators Neiman Marcus Group Ltd., J.C. Penney Co. and Stage Stores Inc., home-goods retailers Pier 1 Imports Inc. and Tuesday Morning Corp. and vitamin seller GNC Holdings Inc.

“The trend is still a lot of liquidations and asset sales, and some of them are still trying to reorganize and emerge,” said David Berliner, a partner in the firm’s business restructuring and turnaround services practice.

From July through mid-August, 11 more retailers filed, including apparel retailers Lucky Brand Dungarees LLC, Brooks Brothers Inc., Ann Taylor parent Ascena Retail Group Inc., Stein Mart Inc. and Tailored Brands Inc., the parent of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank.

“I don’t think it’s going to stop anytime soon,” said Andy Graiser, co-president of commercial real-estate advisory firm A&G Real Estate Partners, who advises Tailored Brands, Ascena, Neiman Marcus and Stein Mart, among others.

Before the pandemic, department-store chains such as Lord & Taylor, J.C. Penney and Neiman Marcus were already struggling as shoppers bought more online, defected to startups and shifted their preferences to small specialty stores.

Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank parent Tailored Brands, which filed for bankruptcy in August, partly blamed its struggles on missteps such as underinvesting in casual clothes and e-commerce. J.Crew also signaled that it was unable to overcome the shifts to fast fashion and online shopping.

Discount home-goods retailer Tuesday Morning, which filed for bankruptcy in May, was hurt by its lack of e-commerce presence as more shopping shifted online.

Upscale retailer Neiman Marcus filed for chapter 11 in May. “We had a business that was on track prior to Covid-19,” Chief Executive Geoffroy van Raemdonck said at the time. “Everything was going well in our transformation, but we had massive interest payments. Covid threw everything off track. This is an opportunity to reset our financial structure.”

High rates of bricks-and-mortar store closures are expected to continue, BDO said. From January through mid-August, retailers had announced they would close more than 10,000 stores in the U.S., including locations of solvent companies such as Macy’s Inc., Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. and Gap Inc.

That has already topped last year’s record 9,500 store closures. Many of the closings through mid-August 2020 were due to retail bankruptcies, which accounted for nearly 6,000 closures.

Retailers have said so far this year that they plan to close over 130 million square feet of store space in the U.S. Of that total, more than half belongs to five retailers: Penney, Macy’s, Stein Mart, Bed Bath & Beyond and Pier 1 Imports, according to real-estate data firm CoStar Group Inc.

Retailers are likely to decide to close as many as 25,000 U.S. stores in 2020, according to global market-research firm Coresight Research.

Many of the stores going dark are anchors and other tenants in shopping malls. Real-estate research firm Green Street Advisors LLC has forecast that more than half of all mall-based department stores in the U.S. will close by the end of 2021.

Landlords including mall owners Simon Property Group Inc. and Brookfield Property Partners LP have been stepping up, buying troubled tenants like J.C. Penney out of chapter 11, their third acquisition in four years of a bankrupt tenant.

More retailers are expected to seek bankruptcy protection in the second half of the year, though the pace could slow in the fourth quarter as some hold off until early next year in hopes of a profitable holiday season.

“If the holidays don’t go as planned, there’s going to be some real cash flow and income hits to these retailers,” said Mr. Berliner, who has advised on the bankruptcies of Tuesday Morning and Lord & Taylor. “For some of these, still distressed retailers with a lot of debt, may be their last straw.”

Some companies that have waited too long to file for bankruptcy might simply liquidate if they keep burning cash and don’t have enough money to fund a restructuring through the courts.

“That’s not the norm and I think we’re gonna see a lot more of those,” said Mr. Graiser, pointing to Stein Mart and off-price retailer Century 21 Department Stores LLC, which filed for bankruptcy in August and September, respectively, and are liquidating their assets.

Shaky companies that make it through the holiday season might survive only to encounter landlords that had agreed to rent deferrals but now want payment in full. The added pressure might force more retailers to close stores and file for bankruptcy, Mr. Graiser said.

“That’s a huge bubble that is going to burst for a lot of retailers with the inability to pay that back,” he added.

Updated: 12-03-2020

November Bankruptcies Hit 14-Year Low With Steep Drop In Personal Filings

While corporate bankruptcy filings ticked up for the month, personal filings declined amid a continued government ban on home evictions.

November bankruptcy filings in the U.S. hit a 14-year low, driven by a decline in individuals filing for protection from creditors as they continue to enjoy the benefits of eviction moratoriums and other government assistance stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

Total bankruptcy filings amounted to 34,440 for the month, the lowest monthly total since January 2006, according to data from legal-services provider Epiq Systems Inc.

The data, however, showed a large divergence between commercial and personal filings.

Commercial chapter 11 filings for November were up 40%, with 654 new cases compared with 449 over the same period in 2019, according to Epiq.

On the other hand, noncommercial chapter 13 filings, which enable individuals to restructure their debt, amounted to 137,764 filings year-to-date by the end of November, down 45% over the same period in 2019 according to Epiq. Noncommercial chapter 7 filings, which enable individuals to liquidate their assets so as to escape their debt burden, declined by 21% over the same period.

“As the country continues to battle a surging coronavirus pandemic, liquidity in the form of government programs and state eviction moratoriums continue to delay new personal filings,” said Chris Kruse, senior vice president of Aacer, an Epiq business unit that compiles bankruptcy data.

One factor for the decrease in personal filings is the uncertainty about the state of the economic recovery. Even though markets have been buoyed recently by positive developments regarding Covid-19 vaccines, many individual borrowers are still unsure about their near-term financial prospects, leading them to delay making a major personal decision such as filing for bankruptcy under chapters 7 or 13, according to Deirdre O’Connor, managing director of corporate restructuring at Epiq.

“These historic-low bankruptcy filings reflect the overall uncertainty about our economic recovery,” Ms. O’Connor said. “Bankruptcy is a legal tool to restructure, but in this unknown financial environment the benefit from seeking bankruptcy protection is unclear for individuals, families and even large companies.”

One reason why corporate filings have increased recently while personal filings have gone in the opposite direction is that companies often file for bankruptcy for strategic reasons, to facilitate a merger or buyout for example. Individuals, on the other hand, don’t file for bankruptcy for these reasons, Ms. O’Connor said.

Ed Flynn, a consultant at the American Bankruptcy Institute, recently wrote in a report that chapter 13 filings have fallen by about 56% since the start of the pandemic. In particular, there are fewer homeowners filing for bankruptcy protection, which may be a result of state and federal moratoriums on foreclosures, he said.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Wednesday extended the moratorium on single-family foreclosures and evictions until at least Jan. 31.

Also, a bipartisan group of leaders from both houses of Congress recently submitted a roughly $900 billion proposal for an extension of coronavirus relief measures.

Updated: 12-04-2020

Guitar Center Creditors Push Back On Music Retailer’s Bankruptcy

Some creditors of Guitar Center Inc. have organized with the intent to vote against the retailer’s bankruptcy plan ahead of a critical deadline next week, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Certain first-lien noteholders have signed a cooperation agreement and are raising questions about the legitimacy of a previous Guitar Center refinancing, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing a private matter. Their concerns center on new super-senior notes previously offered by Guitar Center to pay off existing obligations and avert a default by the largest U.S. retailer of music instruments and equipment.

The deal gave the new notes priority on certain collateral that was already pledged to existing first-lien notes, the people said.

The dissident holders are evaluating whether the new pledge was allowed under existing debt documents, arguing that Guitar Center needed consent from each first-lien noteholder, rather than the simple majority that approved the transaction. They also object to being left out of participating in the new notes and the retailer’s bankruptcy loan.

The creditor group represents about 20% of Guitar Center’s first-lien notes outstanding, the people said. They’re pushing back on a restructuring plan that was already supported by holders of more than 70% of the notes, according to Guitar Center’s disclosures.

Deadline Approaches

Creditors have until Dec. 10 to comply with or object to the plan, and a hearing is scheduled for Dec. 17. A judge will ultimately decide if the objections are substantial enough to upend the existing bankruptcy plan.

A representative for Westlake Village, California-based Guitar Center declined to comment.

Guitar Center filed for bankruptcy in November after the coronavirus pandemic kept customers at home and job losses made them less able to afford new gear. It listed about 300 stores across the U.S., and sister brands include Music & Arts, with more than 200 stores specializing in band and orchestral instruments for sale and rent.

The creditor group, represented by law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, includes HPS Investment Partners, 400 Capital Management, LMR Partners, HG Vora Capital Management, Three Court and Tresidor Investment Management, the people said. Representatives for Akin and the various investment firms either declined to comment or didn’t immediately provide comment.

Discussions with Guitar Center and other creditor groups are ongoing, and the dissenters could shift to supporting the plan pending the outcome of negotiations, the people said. A separate group of first-lien noteholders is represented by law firm Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.

Fresh Funds

The company’s restructuring support agreement calls for new financing backed by existing creditors, plus $165 million in new equity from owner Ares Management Corp., as well as Carlyle Group Inc. and Brigade Capital Management.

Guitar Center also negotiated a $375 million debtor-in-possession loan provided by certain existing noteholders and lenders, court records show. Plans call for $335 million in new senior secured notes arranged by investment bank UBS Group AG.

At Guitar Center’s first hearing in front of U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Huennekens, Philip Dublin of Akin Gump told the judge certain noteholders he represented were likely to raise concerns with the plan and were excluded from participating in the new super-priority notes or debtor-in-possession loans.

The case is Guitar Center Inc., 20-34656, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Virginia.

Updated: 12-22-2020

U.S. Bankruptcy Tracker: Virus Sparks Worst December Since 2011

This month has seen 16 large companies file for bankruptcy protection in the U.S., the most of any December since 2011, according to Bloomberg data.

The 44 bankruptcies by companies with over $50 million since Oct. 1 make the fourth quarter of 2020 the worst for that period since 2009.

Several of the companies that filed for Chapter 11 protection in December cited the Covid-19 pandemic as a factor in their distress. Two different coal companies, a Brooklyn hotel, a California gym chain and an offshore driller said the virus was at least part of the reason for their filings.

Experts have said the pain will continue next year. Real estate could be a specific area that comes under pressure, said Cynthia Romano, global director of CohnReznick LLP’s restructuring and dispute resolution practice.

‘Next Domino’

“Real estate companies are not going to be able to stomach rent abatement for another 12 months,” she said in an interview.

“Real estate will be the next domino to fall unless there’s some kind of relief.”

The past year would have been even worse if lenders hadn’t rushed to the rescue, bailing out companies that were pushed toward restructuring by pandemic shutdowns, said Jon Goulding, a managing director in Alvarez & Marsal Inc.’s restructuring practice.

“The capital markets have been wide open to help folks get to the other side,” he said.

Those huge debt balances could also sandbag President-elect Joe Biden’s plans to rebuild the economy, with the billions of dollars that U.S. companies borrowed to survive the pandemic potentially putting a chill on investment and hiring.
Debt Decrease

There have been 243 bankruptcy filings year-to-date by companies with more than $50 million in liabilities, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s the most since 2009, when there were 290 in the comparable period.

The total amount of traded distressed bonds and loans shrank by 3.4% to about $168 billion as of Dec. 18. Troubled bonds and loans declined 3.1% and 4.1%, respectively, in that period. ​

There were 377 distressed bonds from 199 issuers trading as of Monday, down from 412 and 204, respectively, the previous week. That’s significantly less than the 1,896 deals from 892 companies at the March 23 peak.

Transocean Ltd. had the most distressed debt of issuers that hadn’t filed for bankruptcy as of Dec. 18, Bloomberg data show.

Several distressed companies have significant dates approaching. GTT’s extended forbearance nears its end, while Iconix, AMC and Sequential Brands have payments in the coming weeks.

Updated: 12-31-2020

Company                                                                               Industry                                  Bankruptcy Date        Assets

Hertz Travel, Lodging and Leisure May 22 25.8B
Latam Airlines Travel, Lodging and Leisure May 25 21.1B
Frontier Communications Telecoms, Media and Technology April 14 17.4B
Chesapeake Energy Energy June 28 16.2B
Ascena Retail Retail and Restaurants July 23 13.7B
Valaris Energy August 19 13.0B
Mallinckrodt Health and Personal Care October 12 9.6B
J.C. Penney Retail and Restaurants May 15 8.6B
Whiting Petroleum Energy April 1 7.6B
Avianca Holdings Travel, Lodging and Leisure May 10 7.3B
Noble Corp. Energy July 31 7.3B
Diamond Offshore Drilling Energy April 26 5.8B
Denbury Resources Energy July 30 4.6B
Seadrill Partners Energy December 1 4.6B
California Resources Energy July 15 4.1B
Hornbeck Offshore Services Energy May 19 2.7B
Covia Holdings Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts June 29 2.5B
Tailored Brands Retail and Restaurants August 2 2.5B
Gulfport Energy Energy November 13 2.4B
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust Retail and Restaurants November 1 2.4B
Pacific Drilling Energy October 31 2.2B
Unit Energy May 22 2.1B
Garrett Motion Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts September 20 2.1B
Centric Brands Retail and Restaurants May 18 1.9B
CEC Entertainment Retail and Restaurants June 24 1.7B
LSC Communications Other April 13 1.6B
Briggs & Stratton Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts July 20 1.6B
Ultra Petroleum Energy May 14 1.3B
Pyxus International Other June 15 1.0B
RGN-Group Holdings Other August 17 1.0B
Superior Energy Energy December 7 1.0B
Guitar Center Retail and Restaurants November 21 1.0B
CBL Properties Retail and Restaurants November 2 1.0B
Oasis Petroleum Energy September 30 1.0B
iQor Other September 10 1.0B
Fieldwood Energy Energy August 3 1.0B
WorldStrides Travel, Lodging and Leisure July 20 1.0B
Bruin E&P Partners Energy July 16 1.0B
NPC International Retail and Restaurants July 1 1.0B
Grupo Aeromexico Travel, Lodging and Leisure June 30 1.0B
Grupo Famsa Retail and Restaurants June 26 1.0B
Sable Permian Resources Energy June 25 1.0B
Chisholm Oil & Gas Energy June 17 1.0B
24 Hour Fitness Worldwide Travel, Lodging and Leisure June 15 1.0B
Extraction Oil & Gas Energy June 14 1.0B
Gavilan Resources Energy May 15 1.0B
Neiman Marcus Retail and Restaurants May 7 1.0B
J Crew Retail and Restaurants May 4 1.0B
OneWeb Holdings Telecoms, Media and Technology March 27 1.0B
Foresight Energy Energy March 10 1.0B
Hi-Crush Energy July 12 953.1M
GNC Holdings Retail and Restaurants June 23 895.0M
Rosehill Resources Energy July 26 872.5M
Stein Mart Retail and Restaurants August 12 757.5M
Shiloh Industries Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts August 30 664.2M
Global Eagle Entertainment Telecoms, Media and Technology July 22 630.5M
Chaparral Energy Energy August 16 595.2M
Lonestar Resources Energy September 30 560.0M
FTS International Energy September 22 517.2M
Bouchard Transportation Energy September 28 500.0M
Town Sports Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 14 500.0M
TNT Crane & Rigging Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts August 23 500.0M
Mood Media Other July 30 500.0M
BJ Services Energy July 20 500.0M
Brooks Brothers Retail and Restaurants July 8 500.0M
Exide Technologies Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts May 19 500.0M
Stage Stores Retail and Restaurants May 10 500.0M
SpeedCast International Telecoms, Media and Technology April 23 500.0M
American Addiction Centers Health and Personal Care June 20 449.3M
Jason Industries Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts June 24 428.4M
New York & Co. Retail and Restaurants July 13 405.4M
Endologix Health and Personal Care July 5 279.6M
Lilis Energy Energy June 28 258.6M
VIVUS Health and Personal Care July 7 213.9M
IMH Financial Other July 23 122.0M
Provision CARES Proton Therapy Health and Personal Care December 15 105.6M
Lighthouse Resources Energy December 3 100.0M
White Stallion Energy Energy December 2 100.0M
Northwest Hardwoods Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts November 23 100.0M
LRGHealthcare Health and Personal Care October 19 100.0M
Utex Industries Energy October 8 100.0M
Ruby Tuesday Retail and Restaurants October 7 100.0M
Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre Other September 30 100.0M
Herald Hotel Associates Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 22 100.0M
Century 21 Retail and Restaurants September 10 100.0M
Ursa Resources Energy September 2 100.0M
Hermitage Offshore Services Energy August 11 100.0M
Benevis Health and Personal Care August 2 100.0M
Lord & Taylor Retail and Restaurants August 2 100.0M
California Pizza Kitchen Retail and Restaurants July 29 100.0M
Engineered Propulsion Systems Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts July 29 100.0M
Sur La Table Retail and Restaurants July 8 100.0M
Lucky Brand Dungarees Retail and Restaurants July 3 100.0M
Proteus Digital Health Telecoms, Media and Technology June 15 100.0M
Vista Proppants and Logistics Energy June 9 100.0M
APC Automotive Technologies Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts June 3 100.0M
Libbey Retail and Restaurants June 1 100.0M
Templar Energy Energy June 1 100.0M
Le Pain Quotidien (U.S. subsidiary) Retail and Restaurants May 27 100.0M
Advantage Holdings Travel, Lodging and Leisure May 26 100.0M
Techniplas Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts May 6 100.0M
The Roman Catholic Church for the Archdiocese of New Orleans Other May 1 100.0M
Klausner Lumber One Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts April 30 100.0M
Rubie’s Costume Retail and Restaurants April 30 100.0M
Cinemex Holdings USA Entertainment April 25 100.0M
Longview Intermediate Holdings Energy April 14 100.0M
True Religion Apparel Retail and Restaurants April 13 100.0M
Pace Industries Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts April 12 100.0M
Ravn Air Travel, Lodging and Leisure April 5 100.0M
Art Van Furniture Retail and Restaurants April 3 100.0M
Tuesday Morning Retail and Restaurants May 27 92.0M
Pyrolyx USA Indiana Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts October 28 61.0M
Renovate America Other December 21 50.0M
Tillary Hotel Travel, Lodging and Leisure December 18 50.0M
In-Shape Health Clubs Travel, Lodging and Leisure December 15 50.0M
YouFit Health Clubs Travel, Lodging and Leisure November 9 50.0M
Cred Other November 7 50.0M
Henry Ford Village Health and Personal Care October 28 50.0M
Rubio’s Restaurants Retail and Restaurants October 26 50.0M
Studio Movie Grill Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 23 50.0M
MD America Energy October 12 50.0M
Diocese of Camden Other October 1 50.0M
Metronomic Holdings Other September 23 50.0M
Bainbridge Uinta Energy September 1 50.0M
SAExploration Energy August 27 50.0M
Arena Energy Energy August 20 50.0M
Il Mulino New York Retail and Restaurants July 28 50.0M
Congoleum Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts July 13 50.0M
Muji USA Retail and Restaurants July 10 50.0M
Old Time Pottery Retail and Restaurants June 28 50.0M
Garden Fresh Restaurants Retail and Restaurants May 14 50.0M
Midtown Campus Properties Other May 8 50.0M
Gold’s Gym International Travel, Lodging and Leisure May 4 50.0M
Toojay’s Management Retail and Restaurants April 29 50.0M
Apex Parks Group Entertainment April 8 50.0M
K&W Cafeterias Retail and Restaurants September 2 30.1M
Punch Bowl Social Retail and Restaurants December 21 10.0M
By Chloe Retail and Restaurants December 14 10.0M
Airport Van Rental Travel, Lodging and Leisure December 11 10.0M
American Medical Depot Health and Personal Care December 11 10.0M
Furla USA Retail and Restaurants November 6 10.0M
FFO Home Retail and Restaurants November 5 10.0M
Good Deed 317 Entertainment October 29 10.0M
Midway Market Square Elyria Retail and Restaurants October 27 10.0M
1769 LLC Other October 19 10.0M
Shilo Inn Ocean Shores and Shilo Inn Nampa Suites Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 15 10.0M
1069 Restaurant Group Retail and Restaurants October 5 10.0M
Eagle Pipe Energy October 5 10.0M
Clearpoint Chemicals Energy September 29 10.0M
Impresa Aerospace Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts September 24 10.0M
Golden Hotel Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 21 10.0M
Flywheel Sports Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 14 10.0M
Mariner Seafood Other September 14 10.0M
Maison Kayser USA Retail and Restaurants September 10 10.0M
Energy Alloy Holdings Energy September 9 10.0M
Las Vegas Monorail Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 7 10.0M
Keiv Hospitality Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 1 10.0M
Arandell Holdings Inc Other August 13 10.0M
Renmora Petroleum Energy August 12 10.0M
Global Keg Retail and Restaurants July 23 10.0M
RE Palm Springs II Travel, Lodging and Leisure July 22 10.0M
Patriot Well Solutions Energy July 21 10.0M
Serendipity Labs Other July 15 10.0M
The Paper Store Retail and Restaurants July 14 10.0M
Apex Linen Service Travel, Lodging and Leisure July 6 10.0M
Luxury Dining Group Retail and Restaurants July 3 10.0M
Premiere Jewellery Retail and Restaurants June 25 10.0M
Juniper Specialty Products Energy June 19 10.0M
Petersen-Dean Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts June 11 10.0M
Klausner Lumber Two Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts June 10 10.0M
Vision Group Holdings Health and Personal Care May 29 10.0M
Sustainable Restaurant Group Retail and Restaurants May 12 10.0M
CFRA Holdings Retail and Restaurants May 6 10.0M
Galileo Learning Other May 6 10.0M
John Varvatos Enterprises Retail and Restaurants May 6 10.0M
Diamondback Industries Energy April 21 10.0M
Yuma Energy Energy April 15 10.0M
Alpha Entertainment (XFL) Entertainment April 13 10.0M
FoodFirst Restaurants Retail and Restaurants April 10 10.0M
138 QB Acquisition Other April 6 10.0M
402-420 Metropolitan Ave Other April 1 10.0M
Alaska Urological Institute Health and Personal Care March 25 10.0M
Alamo Drafthouse franchisee (Phoenix area) Entertainment May 13 5.8M
Jacobson Hotels Inc. Travel, Lodging and Leisure August 4 5.8M
Traxium Other October 16 4.4M
UNOde50 Retail and Restaurants August 19 4.3M
WP Realty Acquisition III Other September 11 4.1M
Blessings Retail and Restaurants September 24 3.9M
Kim Dolleh Center Other May 4 3.9M
Valley Farm Supply Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts September 2 3.7M
Owatonna Hospitality Travel, Lodging and Leisure July 14 3.7M
Tea Station Investments Retail and Restaurants July 1 3.1M
Lou Lou Boutiques Retail and Restaurants September 24 3.0M
Max’s South Seas Hideaway Retail and Restaurants October 29 2.5M
Twisted Root Burger (Mansfield) Retail and Restaurants June 17 2.4M
Legacy Global Sports Entertainment May 20 2.1M
Sugar Factory Ocean Drive Retail and Restaurants July 22 2.0M
Jaguar Distribution Corp. Entertainment July 31 1.8M
Little Minds 1st Academy Other November 2 1.8M
Murphy Shipping & Commercial Services Energy August 12 1.6M
Altitude Trampoline Park Entertainment September 4 1.4M
Lorenz Corp. Entertainment August 19 1.4M
Miller Tool & Die Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts December 21 1.0M
Everest Hotel Group Travel, Lodging and Leisure December 1 1.0M
Friendly’s Restaurants Retail and Restaurants November 1 1.0M
Whoa Networks Other October 29 1.0M
Park Avenue Leather Goods Retail and Restaurants October 22 1.0M
SmarTours Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 19 1.0M
Cyc Fitness Partners Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 14 1.0M
Wisconsin Apple Retail and Restaurants October 14 1.0M
YogaWorks Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 14 1.0M
Coto Investments Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 13 1.0M
Krieger Craftsmen Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts October 11 1.0M
Diamond Coach Leasing Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 9 1.0M
First to the Finish Retail and Restaurants October 7 1.0M
Integrated Dental Systems Health and Personal Care October 7 1.0M
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. Retail and Restaurants October 5 1.0M
U.S. Real Estate Equity Builder Other October 2 1.0M
Grimmett Brothers Energy September 25 1.0M
ProSource of Denver Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts September 25 1.0M
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Sizzler USA Retail and Restaurants September 21 1.0M
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Blue Star Donuts Retail and Restaurants August 26 1.0M
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Retail Solutions Retail and Restaurants August 20 1.0M
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Kinser Group Travel, Lodging and Leisure August 14 1.0M
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Sandbox VR Travel, Lodging and Leisure August 13 1.0M
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RWDT Foods Retail and Restaurants June 24 1.0M
Upgrade Labs Health and Personal Care June 16 1.0M
RM Bakery Retail and Restaurants June 15 1.0M
Maines Paper & Food Service Other June 10 1.0M
Barfly Ventures Retail and Restaurants June 3 1.0M
John Barrett Health and Personal Care May 29 1.0M
Foxtrot United Other May 12 1.0M
Freedom Oil & Gas Energy May 11 1.0M
Parking Management Other May 7 1.0M
J Hilburn Retail and Restaurants April 30 1.0M
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Creative Hairdressers Health and Personal Care April 23 1.0M
Hologenix Industrials, Materials, Equipment and Parts April 22 1.0M
United Cannabis Health and Personal Care April 20 1.0M
USA Rugby Other March 31 1.0M
Miami Air International Travel, Lodging and Leisure March 24 1.0M
Scotts Hook & Cleaver Other August 25 0.9M
GeckoParx Entertainment August 20 0.9M
International Orange Spa Health and Personal Care October 11 0.8M
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Declaration Brewing Retail and Restaurants June 26 0.5M
Shotgun Willie’s Entertainment November 18 0.5M
World of Dance Travel, Lodging and Leisure October 23 0.5M
Brooklyn Roasting Works Retail and Restaurants October 21 0.5M
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Knighthouse Media Other October 2 0.5M
Creekside Cancer Care Health and Personal Care September 17 0.5M
Los Angeles School of Gymnastics Travel, Lodging and Leisure September 8 0.5M
Owens Home Furnishings Retail and Restaurants August 27 0.5M
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Medical Associates of Mt. Vernon Health and Personal Care July 10 0.5M
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