SS&C Intralinks Success Stories

We’ve helped clients in nearly every country and industry throughout the world with secure innovative, productivity-driving solutions for high-value M&A, debt capital markets and banking transactions.

Here are just a few of our recent success stories. We’d love to add your brand to our hall of fame.

C$780 million

Sentry Investments
Sentry Investments,
a leading Canada-based independent investment manager, used Intralinks for its acquisition by CI Financial Corp. for C$780 million.
NewStar Financial

US$518 million

NewStar Financial
NewStar Financial, a listed US-based commercial finance company specialising in middle-market direct lending and asset management in credit investments, used Intralinks for its acquisition from shareholders including Capital Z Partners Management by First Eagle Investment Management for US$518 million.
Fortress Investment Group

US$3.3 billion

Fortress Investment Group
Fortress Investment Group, a listed US-based private equity and investment management firm, used Intralinks for its acquisition by SoftBank Group Corp for US$3.3 billion.

C$1.4 billion

ECN Capital Corp.
ECN Capital,
a listed Canada-based commercial finance provider, used Intralinks for the divestment of its railcar finance assets to ITE Management and Napier Park Global Capital for C$1.4 billion.

US$1.8 billion

BNC Bancorp
BNC Bancorp,
the owner of Bank of North Carolina, used Intralinks in its acquisition by Pinnacle Financial Partners for US$1.8 billion.

US$2.2 billion

Astoria Financial Corporation
Astoria Financial Corporation,
the listed holding company of New York-based Astoria Bank, used Intralinks for its acquisition by Sterling Bancorp for US$2.2 billion.
EVO Payments International

US$150 million

EVO Payments International
Madison Dearborn Partners acquired an undisclosed minority stake, in EVO Payments Inc. for a total USD 150 mil.
Tombstone: Ditech Holding Corporation

USD1.2 billion

Ditech Holding Corporation
Ditech Holding Corporation and related assets have been acquired out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy by New Residential Investment Corp for USD1.2 billion.