New York, NY, January 16, 2019 – Churchill Asset Management LLC (“Churchill”) today announced that it served as Sole Lead Arranger for a unitranche financing facility to support Leeds Equity Partners’ investment in LRN Corporation (“LRN”).
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About Churchill Asset Management
Based in New York, Churchill Asset Management LLC is a leading provider of senior and unitranche debt financing for middle market companies, particularly those backed by top-tier private equity sponsors. Churchill has $6 billion of committed capital under management and has broad experience in all aspects of the middle market financing business, including structuring, credit analysis, syndication, and deal monitoring and oversight. More information can be found at www.churchillam.com.
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