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LOUD Security to acquire three

March 25, 2015Amy Canfield

KENNESAW, Ga.—LOUD Security Systems plans to acquire three companies by June, according to owner and president John Loud.Acquisitions are key to the company's growth plan, Loud said, and with a new senior revolving line of credit from Capital One Bank, LOUD can pursue those goals.Previously, “the cost of money or availability of it was limited. Many times we had to forgo opportunities. But now we have significant financing available,” he told Security Systems News.Capital One and...

Capital One Bank, John Loud, Loud Security Systems


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On The Editor's Desk

Polk goes PE, Pagnani takes over at Capital One

September 18, 2013Martha Entwistle

There's news in the finance and investment world today. Bill Polk, who's been running the security division of Capital One since its inception in August of 2011, is moving into the private equity world. Polk is joining Egis Capital Partners, an investor in alarm.com. ECKey and, as of last May, CSSN. Here's a video interview I did with Egis founder Robert Chefitz in June. Tom Pagnani, who has worked with Polk at Capital One and at CapitalSource before that, is taking over as managing partner at Capital...

alarm.com, Bill Polk, Capital One Bank, Egis Capital Partners, Insight Venture Partners, Joe Grillo, Robert Chefitz, Tom Pagnini


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Commercial

DTT Surveillance recapitalizes

March 21, 2012Martha Entwistle

Updated March 23, 2012BOSTON—BV Investment Partners, a private equity firm based here, is the new owner of DTT Surveillance, a provider of managed surveillance and business intelligence to the restaurant and hospitality industries, following a recapitalization announced March 15. The deal includes a $40 million credit from Capiltal One Bank.“We recapitalized the debt and some of the equity,” Marco Ferrari, co-founder and principal at BV, told Security Systems News. “We now...

BV Investment Partners, Capital One Bank, CapitalSource, DTT Surveillance, Gemini Investors, John Robuck, Louis Bertocci, Marco Ferrari, Michael Pfeffer, Post Capital Partners


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