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Siena Lending Group Closes New $20MM Credit Facility for Goli Nutrition

May 29, 2024, 08:08 AM
Filed Under: Consumer Products
Related: Siena Lending

Siena Lending Group closed a $20 million credit facility to support the share purchase of Goli Nutrition Inc. (“Goli”) by a consortium consisting of Group KPS, Bastion Capital and one of the company’s original founders.

Goli, a Quebec, Canada entity, is an inventive, people focused nutrition company, with over 5 million customers on its direct-to-consumer platform, as well as long-standing strategic partnerships with US retailers and an efficient international supply chain and global distribution network.

The transaction presented Siena with an opportunity to support the purchaser in a complex transaction with demanding timelines. Working within the confines of the compressed schedule, Siena was able to to structure a committed asset-based revolving credit facility which also provided additional financing to accelerate Goli’s future growth initiatives, including expanding into new markets and new product innovation, and to meeting the increase demand for Goli’s high-quality, efficacious products.

“We thank the Siena team for getting this transaction across the finish line and delivering on a tight timeline. The transaction positions Goli for future growth and long-term success. It was a pleasure working together, and we look forward to partnering with Siena in the future,” said a member of the acquirer group.

“This was a complex transaction, and we are proud that our creative structuring provided the consortium with the flexibility needed to complete the purchase,” Scott Elliotto, President of Siena, said. “We look forward to supporting ownerships growth initiatives with this very popular consumer brand.”

Canaccord Genuity acted as financial advisor to the acquirer group on the transaction including the purchase structuring and capital raise.

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