It's technically not a merger but an acquisition of both companies by a private equity fund, which formed a holding company to run the enterprise. It's encouraging that they kept top execs from RB and GB to run that. PE firms often buy companies they feel are undervalued, sell off pieces and then spin the whole thing off after a couple of years. Centerbridge seems to hold on to its acquisitions, but their portfolio is small and the company isn't that old. IT will be interesting to see what they do.