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Goldman Sachs invests in Fluent Home’s expansion effort

Edmonton home security company get $40m credit line
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10/07/2015

EDMONTON, Alberta—Armed with $40 million in growth financing from Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group, Fluent Home, based here, is looking to “keep and better service” its accounts and increase its U.S. business.

Acquisition pushes NorthStar to more than $2m in RMR

Purchase of Vision Security assets brings in 8,000 accounts, solar division
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01/21/2015

OREM, Utah—NorthStar Alarm has acquired the 8,000 accounts and physical assets of residential alarm security company Vision Security, both based here. It also has acquired an interest in Vision’s solar business, which will be run as a separate entity.

Goldman Sachs names Eagle Eye Networks founder one of '100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014'

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10/20/2014

AUSTIN, Texas—Goldman Sachs recognized Eagle Eye Networks founder and CEO Dean Drako as one of its “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014” at its Builders and Innovators Summit in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Northstar Alarm donates home security system to family in need

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07/02/2013

PROVO, Utah—NorthStar Alarm Services recently donated a home security system to a local family that has two children with disabilities, according to a news release.

Goldman, Beekman see value in NorthStar

The Utah summer-model company says those two new equity partners will enable it to grow faster
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05/22/2013

OREM, Utah—The fact that Goldman Sachs and The Beekman Group are NorthStar Alarm Services’ new equity partners is a “vote of confidence” in that summer sales company, according to Henry Edmonds, president of The Edmonds Group, which facilitated the transaction.

NorthStar Alarm partners with Goldman Sachs; gets up to $40m cash infusion

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

NorthStar Alarm Services is recapitalizing with a group of new investors including Goldman Sachs and The Beekman Group, and also has expanded its credit facility to $40 million with Bank of America and Zions Bank, the Orem, Utah-based company announced today.

Vivint exploring sale

CEO said $2 billion offer from Blackstone previously turned down
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09/06/2012

PROVO, Utah—Vivint is considering a sale with final bids due later this month, according to a Reuters report. The report said the home automation/home security company could be valued at as much as $2 billion, and that among three private equity groups looking at the company is GTCR—owner of Protection 1, one of the nation’s largest security companies.

Security Networks ups credit facility by $100 million

Super-regional looking at 38 percent CAGR, again
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05/02/2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.—Security Networks, a super-regional based here, announced April 30 that it has extended its credit facility by $100 million, bringing the total to $250 million.

Vivint gets $125M increase in financing

The funds will fuel its home automation expansion
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04/07/2011

PROVO, Utah—Vivint, formerly APX Alarm, has completed a $690 million senior debt financing with a group of lenders led by Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group. The new credit facility is an increase of $125 million over its previous financing, according to the home automation/security company, which is based here.

Goldman invests in security

Seven-year-old lending group likes the space
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02/17/2011

ATLANTA—Goldman Sachs doesn’t have a security investment group, but three members of its seven-year-old Specialty Lending Group—managing director David Miller, director Greg Watts and VP Chris Semple—specialize in the security space.

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