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Main Street Announces Fourth Quarter 2020 Private Loan Portfolio Activity

 

Main Street Capital Corporation (NYSE: MAIN) (“Main Street”) is pleased to announce the following recent activity in its private loan portfolio. During the fourth quarter of 2020, Main Street originated approximately $80.5 million in new private loan commitments across four (4) new borrowers and funded total new investments across its private loan portfolio with a cost basis totaling approximately $98.5 million.

The following represent notable new and incremental private loan commitments during the fourth quarter of 2020:

  • $35.0 million in a first lien senior secured loan and $2.5 million in a first lien senior secured revolver to an executive search placement firm focused on the healthcare and life sciences industry;
  • $15.5 million in a first lien senior secured loan and $4.7 million in a senior secured delayed draw loan to an operator of futures trading platforms;
  • $11.4 million in a first lien senior secured loan, $5.7 million in a first lien senior secured delayed draw loan and $2.9 million in a first lien senior secured revolver to a manufacturer and distributor of residential and commercial fencing;
  • $12.0 million in a first lien senior secured loan and $1.0 million in a first lien senior secured revolver to a subcontractor of interior acoustical walls and ceilings;
  • $10.0 million in a first lien senior secured loan to a provider of physical and virtual application delivery controllers and an operator of a global network intelligence company; and
  • $10.0 million in a first lien senior secured loan to a manufacturer and distributor of charitable gaming supplies to the global social and charitable gaming market.

As of December 31, 2020, Main Street’s private loan portfolio included total investments at cost of approximately $769.0 million across 63 unique borrowers. The private loan portfolio, as a percentage of cost, included 90% invested in first lien debt investments, 3% invested in second lien debt investments, and 7% invested in equity investments or other securities.

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