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Identiv selling physical security business to Vitaprotech for $145 million

April 5, 2024SSN Staff

FREMONT, Calif.—Global digital security and identification provider Identiv has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement to sell its physical security, access card, and identity reader operations and assets to security solutions provider Vitaprotech for $145 million.   Identiv noted that the proceeds from the sale will significantly strengthen its financial position, generating capital to fund future organic and inorganic growth of its specialty IoT solutions business. Aligned...

Andrew Gundlach, Avery Dennison, Bleichroeder, Committee on Foreign Investment, Craig-Hallum Capital Group, Eric Thord, Federal Trade Commission, Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act, Identiv, Imperial Capital, James Ousley, Kirsten Newquist, Michael Kellen, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Steven Humphreys, Vitaprotech

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SIA names John Mack as 2024 Chair’s Award honoree

March 1, 2024SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named John E. Mack, III, as the 2024 recipient of the SIA Chair’s Award, an award presented annually and selected by SIA’s Board of Directors chair recognizing SIA members’ diligent efforts in furthering the association’s mission and commitment to its future. SIA will present Mack with the award at The Advance, SIA’s annual membership meeting, which will take place April 9 during...

2024, Board of Directors, Imperial Capital, ISC West, James Rothstein, John Mack, MCM, Protection One, Security Industry Association (SIA), SIA Chair's Award, Stanford University, The Advance, University of California, Los Angeles, USBX, Westec Security

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Imperial Capital announces retirement of security industry analyst Jeff Kessler

April 27, 2021SSN Staff

LOS ANGELES—Imperial Capital, LLC has announced that Managing Director and Senior Security Analyst Jeff Kessler is retiring from the company after leading its security industry analysis over the past 13 years. After a 38-year run in the business, serving as senior security industry analyst for Lehman Brothers with the balance spent at Imperial Capital, Kessler has continually provided reasoned industry/company analysis to both the industry and the investment community, filling a void in...

Brian Ruttenbur, Imperial Capital, Jeff Kessler, John E. Mack III, Tim Sullivan

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On The Editor's Desk

M&A outlook: The good, the bad and the ugly

December 30, 2020Paul Ragusa

Sorry about the classic movie reference – cue that epic western movie theme music now please – but this year will be remembered as one of the most challenging in American history, and the security industry has not been immune, with the impact of this past year being felt in all facets of the industry, certainly some more than others. The 2020 M&A market, in particular, has had some wild activity. Just in the last six months alone we have seen some big deals, most notably: Allied...

Imperial Capital, M&A

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SecurityNext webcast to feature industry thought leaders

August 12, 2020Paul Ragusa

As one of the last in-person shows to take place back in February, the first annual SecurityNext conference is the last memory I have of feeling the excitement and intimacy of being right there and rubbing elbows with so many industry leaders and peers, an experience that I am sure all of us miss since COVID-19 disrupted so much of what was essential to our industry. I feel fortunate that I was able to connect on that level and look forward to a time when we can get back to some level of normalcy...

Brivo, Christine Lanning, Convergint Technologies, Imperial Capital, Integrated Security Technologies (IST), John Mack, Kelle Shanks, panel, Ray Coulombe, SecurityNext, SecuritySpecifiers, Steve Van Till, virtual conference, virtual learning, webcast

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Business resiliency during crisis

April 8, 2020

YARMOUTH, Maine—At this point in the global pandemic, unemployment is soaring; furloughs are plenty; some businesses are no longer in existence; and according Bloomberg Economics' model, chance of recession in the U.S. now stands at 100 percent. The time is now for security integrators to quickly adapt to these and other disruptions while at the same time maintaining continuous business operations and keep people safe by prioritizing what is most critical to be done. Easier said than done.The...

20 under 40, 40 under 40, Andrew Lanning, Arcules, Bill Bozeman, COVID-19, Greg Keeling, Imperial Capital, Integrated Security Technologies, John Mack, nigel waterton, NYSSINC, recurring monthly revenue, RMR, Ryan Schonfeld, security integrators

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On The Editor's Desk

Recent ADT and deals making waves

October 30, 2019Paul Ragusa

Recent mega deals — acquiring OpenEye and ADT bringing on I-View Now — couldn't be timelier as this month's News Poll looks at the topic of M&A, which seems to be as active as ever with big deals hitting what seems like weekly. These two deals, which happened within the same week, are making waves in both the residential and commercial markets. SSN caught up with John Mack, executive vice president and co-head of Investment Banking with Imperial Capital, which represented OpenEye...

George De Marco, Imperial Capital, John Mack, M&A

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Year of the acquisition continues

September 12, 2018Paul Ragusa

This week Security Systems News reported on the sixth acquisition this year for both Convergint Technologies and ADS Security, two companies that have been very active this year on the M&A front, representing a continuing trend in this “year of the acquisition.” It turns out that the M&A landscape overall is very strong and will continue to offer opportunities for companies looking to acquire and for companies looking to be acquired, according to Imperial Capital. During his keynote presentation,...

ADS Security, Convergint Technologies, Imperial Capital, Ken Lochiatto, M&A, Rick Juarez

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Interface deal good for the industry

August 9, 2017Paul Ragusa

The $600 million Interface Security Systems deal has sent—as The Beach Boys once sang—“good vibrations” throughout the security industry, as it provides not only a vote of confidence for what Interface is doing as a modern systems integration company, but also a vote of confidence in the security industry, in general, as companies like Interface represent a new breed of integrator that is staying at the forefront of new technology and innovation. John E. Mack III, executive...

Imperial Capital, Jeff Frye, John Mack

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Interface Security Systems closes on $600m refinancing for new capital structure

August 7, 2017Paul Ragusa

ST. LOUIS and PLANO, Texas—Interface Security Systems on Aug. 3 announced the completion of a $600 million refinancing for a new capital structure that will facilitate strategic growth and expansion, with substantial contributions of new growth equity capital of $125 million from SunTx Capital Partners and Prudential Capital Partners.Pursuant to the $600 million refinancing, the company's existing debt—including the $50 million Capital One revolving credit facility, the $230 million senior...

Capital One, Imperial Capital, Interface Security Systems (ISS), Jeff Frye, John Mack, John Robuck, Michael Shaw, Ned N. Fleming, Prudential Capital Partners, SunTx Capital Partners

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