The Hudson Pacific Team Members have invested in, managed and served on the Boards of many middle market and other companies with heavy transactional activities, including:



Atlantic Marine Holding Company.   Leading U. S. East and Gulf Coast provider of maintenance, repair, overhaul and conversion and fabrication services for government and commercial vessels.  Sold to a leading private equity firm.  Several add-on acquisitions completed.

Collins & Aikman Corporation.  Transformed from a diversified home furnishings and automotive textiles manufacturer into a $4 Bn Tier I global automotive interior and acoustics systems supplier - named General Motors Supplier of the Year in 2003.

CRS Reprocessing Services.  Global enabler of fluid reprocessing management, acquired in spin-out transaction from British Petroleum.  High growth potential operation assisting companies seeking “green” solutions.

PanAmSat.  Acquired 81.5% of PanAmSat public equity.  Gained satellite transponder leasing capacity and achieved $65 million in annual expense savings.

Parsons Corporation.  Developed privatization business and relations with the Government and military services, and managed the restructuring and closure of over $1 Billion of construction projects in Iraq.

Perstorp AB.  $170 million automotive components company with facilities in U.S. Canada, Mexico, UK and Spain.  Sold to Tier I automotive supplier in creative transaction including outright sale, joint venture with option to buy, and option to buy conditional on joint restructuring success.

Purolator Products Company.  IPO spin-out of automotive and industrial filter manufacturer from Pennzoil Corporation.   Sold to Mark IV Industries two years later, achieving a 30% return for investors.

The Shaw Group.  Restructured and sold Shaw’s American Eagle company, an $800 million contracting operation with responsibilities for construction, operations and tenant management of five U.S. military service housing projects.

Stanley Black & Decker.  Stanley Engineered Fastening (Asia), $300 million company with operations in Japan, China, India, Thailand, Korea and Singapore.  Completed two start-ups in India, acquisitions in India and South Africa, and joint ventures in South Korea and Taiwan.

US Satellite Broadcasting.  Acquired shares of USSB from Hubbard family.  Approximately doubled satellite fleet and orbital slots, increased subscribers to digital satellite television service by 50% and eliminated a competitor.