Intralinks Success Stories

We’ve helped clients in nearly every country and industry throughout the world – including more than 99% of the Fortune 1000 – 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.

Tombstone: Boart Longyear

USD660 million

Boart Longyear
Boart Longyear has completed a debt restructuring transaction with creditors.
Tombstone: Energy Future Holdings

USD18.8 billion

Energy Future Holdings
Energy Future Holdings has been acquired out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy by Sempra Energy for USD18.8 billion.
Tombstone: GenOn

USD520 million

GenOn has sold its Hunterstown power generation station to Platinum Equity as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring.
IC Power

US$1.8 billion

IC Power
IC Power used Intralinks for the divestment of the Latin American and Caribbean business of its subsidiary, Inkia Energy, a Peru-based owner and operator of a portfolio of fossil fuel and clean energy power generation and electricity distribution assets, to I Squared Capital for US$1.8 billion.
Eldorado Brasil Celulose

US$4.8 billion

Eldorado Brasil Celulose
Eldorado Brasil Celulose, a Brazil-based producer and supplier of pulp to the global paper, tissue and packaging industry, used Intralinks for its acquisition by Paper Excellence Canada Holdings Corp from J&F Investimentos for up to BRL 15 billion (US$4.8 billion).

US$632.5 million

Grupo Financiero Galicia
Grupo Financiero Galicia,
the holding company of Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires, used Intralinks to successfully conduct a follow-on equity offering on the NASDAQ stock exchange raising US$632.5 million.

US$332 million,
Latin America’s leading online travel agency, used Intralinks for its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange raising US$332 million.

MXN 9.6 billion

SixSigma Networks Mexico,
a Mexico-based international provider of data center services, used Intralinks to divest certain communications assets to American Tower Corporation for MXN 9.6 billion.