Thanks, Mike. We invested in five new portfolio companies this quarter and one existing portfolio company. We had six full debt realizations across five portfolio companies as well.
Our first new investment was in a club loan for NWN Corporation. We invested in NWN once before in 2015. The company which has grown substantially under the ownership of New State Capital is a leading provider of managed cloud services, solutions and systems.
Our yield at cost is approximately 7.7%.
Our second new investment was in the first lien term loan for innovations in nutrition and wellness or INW. INW which was purchased by Cornell Partners, formulates and produces a variety of products for the vitamin, mineral and supplement markets.
Our yield at cost is approximately 7.4%.
Our third new investment was in the first lien loan for Lockwood, shown in our financial statements as Veteran Services LLC.
Our loan to Veteran Services is a one year bridge facility to support the redevelopment of a former hospital in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Our yield at cost is approximately 17.7%.
Our fourth new investment was in the first lien loan for WIS International, a portfolio company of Centre Lane Partners. WIS provides inventory verification services and merchandising services to customers across various retail industries.
Our yield at cost is approximately 9.5%.
Finally, our fifth investment was in the first lien loan for Lenox Corporation, another portfolio company of Centre Lane Partners. We co-led this club deal with our partners at Capital Dynamics.
Our loan supported the combination of Lenox, Hampton Forge and Oneida to form the leading tabletop business focused on the better market.
Our yield at cost is approximately 9.2%.
We also made an additional investment in Barry Financial Group term loan which is an existing portfolio company investment.
Our yield at cost on this incremental investment is approximately 9.5%.
Turning now to our realizations during the quarter. Alta Equipment refinanced it's term loan in early April with the proceeds of the bond offering.
Our fully realized IRR was 17.8%. Flow Control amended it's credit facilities in April.
As part of this amendment, we opted not to roll our Term Loan C position into the new facility and we were repaid at par.
Our fully realized IRR was 9.2%. GEE raised equity in the public markets to repay it's debt facilities in full.
Our fully realized IRR was 22.8%. ACProducts or ACTi refinanced it's loans in connection with the acquisition of the company by Platinum Equity.
Our fully realized IRR on this investment was 7.9%.
We also sold our positions in Exela's term loan and bonds. Mike will discuss this further in his commentary.
Our realized IRR on the term loan was negative 2.6% and the IRR on our position in the bond was a positive 4.9%. Since quarter end, we made several additional investments and had one full realization. We invested in a club loan to Easy Way, a portfolio company of Insight Equity. Easy Way is a designer and manufacturer of cushions, covers, umbrellas and other accessories to the outdoor furniture market.
Our yield at cost is approximately 8.5%. We invested in the first lien loan to AgroFresh, a food sciences company whose product prolong the useful life of fruits.
Our yield at cost is approximately 7.3%.
We also invested in incremental term loan and delayed draw facility for Empire Office, one of our existing portfolio companies.
Our yield at cost on this incremental investment is approximately 8.9%.
We also made an additional investment in Techniplas' equity as part of the strategic acquisition of Nanogate which is expected to be highly accretive and complementary to the existing business.
Finally, we also invested in an incremental term loan to Golden Hippo which had repaid a significant amount of debt to facilitate the purchase of additional equity by the ESOP.
Our yield at cost is approximately 8.6%. After quarter end, we received the repayment in full of infrastructure and energy alternatives or IEA. The company placed a bond to repay it's loan in full.
Our realized IRR was approximately 11.8%. We were also repaid on our investment in Hyperion as the company refinanced it's first and second lien loans in the broadly syndicated market.
Our fully realized IRR was approximately 7.6%. Using the GICS standard as of June 30, our largest industry concentration was professional services at 10.6%, followed by energy equipment and services at 8.3%, containers and packaging at 7.6%, construction and engineering at 6.5% and commercial services and supplies at 6%.
Our portfolio companies are in 25 GICS industries as of quarter end, including our equity and warrant positions.
As of June 30, our portfolio count was 36 versus 35 at March 31. I'd now like to turn the call over to Rocco to discuss our financial results.