Since 1989, Kaulkin Ginsberg has advised on or initiated more than 130 transactions with a total deal value of over $3 billion. Our clients range from middle-market family business owners to Fortune 500 companies including GE Capital, Sallie Mae and Deluxe Corp. Here is a representative list of completed transactions.
Kaulkin Ginsberg acted as ClearPath's strategic advisor in providing financing to Capio....
Kaulkin Ginsberg Announces IAB Solutions, LLC's Acquisition by Skillman Management & Capital, LLC...
Kaulkin Ginsberg announces that Mercantile Adjustment Bureau, LLC, one of the fastest growing companies in the ARM industry, has acquired Creditors Interchange Receivable Management, LLC ("CI")....
Kaulkin Ginsberg is pleased to announce the acquisition of Patient Financial Services, Inc. and Absolute Collection Service, Incorporated (collectively, “ACS”) by Optimum Outcomes, a leading provider of account resolution services to hospitals ...
Kaulkin Ginsberg is pleased to announce the sale of O’Currance Teleservices, Inc., a portfolio company of Riverlake Partners. O’Currance is one of the leading providers of direct response marketing telesales services in the U.S. ...
EOS Group, a company of the Otto Group, acquired the Canadian debt collection business of Nor-Don Collection Network Inc. (NCN) and thus entered the Canadian market via the acquisition
Pinnacle Financial Group, Inc. (PFG), a leading accounts receivable management (ARM) firm headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota was acquired by National Asset Recovery Services (NARS), a H.I.G. Capital Portfolio Company.
RLJ Equity Partners, LLC, has joined forces with the senior management team of Enhanced Recovery Corporation to form Enhanced Recovery Company, LLC.
ARC Group Associates, a healthcare revenue cycle management company in Pennsylvania, was acquired by Receivables Outsourcing, Inc. (ROI), an ARM company based in Maryland.
Bureau of Collections Recovery (BCR), a leading accounts receivable management company that has served the credit industry for over 25 years, was acquired by Aditya Birla Minacs, a global business solutions company and a subsidiary of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.
O'Connor-Ravell Associates, Inc., a commercial accounts receivable management firm based in New Jersey, was acquired by Commercial Collection Corporation of New York.
TSYS Total Debt Management, Inc., an ARM service provider and a division of TSYS (NYSE: TSS) was acquired by NCO Group.
National Credit Systems (NCS), a Georgia-based debt collection agency specializing in apartment and rental collections has acquired Rapid Collection Systems (RCS), an Arizona collection agency that also serves clients in this sector.
Greystone Alliance, LLC. was formed to acquire the assets and facilities of Elite Recovery Services, a debt collection firm in Buffalo that ceased operations.
- A letter from Greystone Alliance (PDF – 509k)
Astra Business Services, a U.S. debt collection firm was acquired by Central Credit Holdings, Inc, parent company of Central Credit Services, an accounts receivable management solutions provider headquartered in Jacksonville, FL.
United Recovery Systems, L.P., a debt collection agency specializing in bank card / credit card contingency collections, was acquired by Audax Group, a private equity group providing investment capital for middle market companies.
Kyle Shanahan and Larry Goldman, longtime industry professionals, acquired Eastern Revenue, Inc., a third-party collection agency based in Audubon, PA.
Fidelis Recovery Solutions, Inc., a third-party contingency collection agency based in Marietta, Georgia, was acquired by industry veteran, Dennis Cunningham.
Northland Group, a business process outsourcing provider focused on accounts receivable management and collection services, was acquired by Mason Wells, a leading Midwest-based private equity firm.
- A letter from Northland Group (PDF – 21k)
Teleperformance (Euronext: FR 0000051807), the world's co-leading provider of outsourced CRM and contact center services, acquired AllianceOne, a leading U.S. Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) company.
- A letter from Teleperformance (PDF – 252k)
Great Seneca Financial Corp., purchaser of charged-off consumer debt, sold a $6.9 Billion debt portfolio to Asta Funding (NASDAQ: ASFI) for $300 million. At the time, it was the largest debt sale, in terms of purchase price, ever conducted in the industry.
Mutual Hospital Services, a not-for-profit healthcare collection agency, was sold to Kadent Corporation (formerly ARM Holdings, Inc.).
- A letter from MHS
(PDF – 103k)
Premium Asset Recovery Corp., purchaser and collector of charged-off consumer debt, sale to Asset Acceptance Capital Corp. (NASDAQ: AACC).
Hilco Receivables sale of a substantial minority stake in to an undisclosed investor.
- A letter from Hilco Receivables
(PDF – 31k)
Financial Asset Management sale to American Capital Strategies (NASDAQ: ACAS).
- A letter from FAMS (PDF – 343k)
Risk Management Alternatives sale to NCO Group.
Portfolio Management Group sale to Aktiv Kapital (OSLO: AIK.OL).
Alatax, Inc., a privately held company that specializes in government receiv ables management, sale to Portfolio Recovery Associates, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRAA).
- A letter from Alatax
(PDF – 169k)
Sallie Mae Corporation's (NYSE: SLM) acquisition of Arrow Financial Services, a leading debt purchasing and accounts receivable management (ARM) company.
Helped formulate and implement GE Capital's (NYSE: GE) investment strategy in the collection industry, resulting in the acquisition of 2 agencies and subsequent sale of its collection business to NCO Group.
Helped formulate and implement Vertex's entry into the U.S. debt collection industry with the acquisition of First Revenue Assurance. Vertex is a division of UK-based United Utilities (NYSE: UU).
West Corp's (NASDAQ: WSTC) strategy to enter the ARM industry, resulting in the acquisition of Attention, LLC.
Account Solutions Group sale to ICICI OneSource, an India-based BPO company. This transaction marks the first time an Indian firm has acquired a U.S. collection agency.
- A letter from ASG (PDF – 28k)
- Article in The Economist (PDF)
Western Wats Center, Inc. (WWC), the largest independent quantitative market research firm in the US, sale to American Capital Strategies, Ltd. (NASDAQ: ACAS).
- A letter from Western Wats (PDF – 150k)
Signia Partners, Inc., a leading market research firm, sale to FIND/SVP, Inc. (OTCBB: FSVP).
- A letter from Signia Partners (PDF – 42k)
TRW's collection agency (one of the largest collection agencies at the time) sale to a Philadelphia, PA investor group.
The American Health Care Act: Potential Effects on ARM
March 20, 2017
Seven years after former President Barack Obama signed his signature bill, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), there may actually be a repeal and replacement bill, hopefully fixing some of the problems incurred through the ACA. However, It's not clear whether this new bill will correct all of the problems associated with the ACA without creating a few new problems of its own. ....» see this post » all posts
Semiannual Employment Outlook for Q4 2016: Continued Optimism
March 17, 2017
Kaulkin Ginsberg's market intelligence team is optimistic about the current U.S. employment environment, specifically as it relates to the ARM industry. Overall, we believe the data suggests a significant increases in consumer spending will take place that will eventually drive debt accumulation throughout the economy, and thereby increasing revenue potential for the ARM industry.....» see this post » all posts
Will a Reduction in the Fed's Mortgage-Bond Holdings Impact Enterprise Business Valuations?
March 8, 2017
Since the Great Recession, key interest rates have been artificially low due to the Fed's QE plan, but as the Fed begins to sell MBS on the open market and decreases the size of its balance sheet, interest rates are expected to increase above and beyond changes in the federal funds rate. Without a doubt, this will have a significant impact on the U.S. economy, the ARM industry, and enterprise business valuations in 2017 and beyond.....» see this post » all posts
ACA of Texas Publishes "Three Critical Healthcare Industry Trends for Outsourced Business Services" in its Winter 2017 Magazine
March 16, 2017
The ACA of Texas Publishes "Three Critical Healthcare Industry Trends for Outsourced Business Services" by Kaulkin Ginsberg in its Winter 2017 Magazine. Kaulkin Ginsberg details its belief that the growth in patient lending and financing programs, clinical integration networks, and physician quality reporting systems for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) could have profound effects on companies focused on servicing healthcare providers in 2017 and beyond.....
ACA of Texas Publishes "M&A Trends in the U.S. ARM Industry" in its Winter 2017 Magazine
March 15, 2017
The ACA of Texas Publishe "M&A Trends in the U.S. ARM Industry" an article by Kaulkin Ginsberg in its Winter 2017 Magazine. This article examines the key trends and developments driving M&A activity in the U.S. ARM industry by market segment.....
Mike Ginsberg Leading Panel Discussion at DBA International 20th Anniversary Conference
February 1, 2017
Mike Ginsberg, President and CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg, will be speaking in a panel discussion on Trends in Debt Buying on Wednesday, February 8th at the DBA International 20th Anniversary Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada....