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5 Things to Know (7/25/16)

  • The Credit Suisse distressed trading team led by Bob Franz and Ken Hoffman has founded asset management firm Arbour Lane Capitall Management.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Murray Energy is working with investment banks to renegotiate terms of its credit agreements in a bid to stave off bankruptcy.
  • A recovery in BDC share prices is raising expectations that select funds could tap the equity market to raise growth capital, according to analysts.
  • CSAM and Sound Point Capital Management issued the two biggest US CLOs so far this year, a bright spot in a market where volume is down about 54%.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (7/25/16)

  • Vacation destination provider Diamond Resorts International plans to launch on July 25 a US$1.3bn credit facility to backs its buyout by private equity firm Apollo Global Management.
  • Mixed martial arts organization Ultimate Fighting Championship is testing the leveraged loan market’s appetite for highly leveraged buyout debt.
  • ABL lenders pushed over US$38.6bn of syndicated loan volume through the market in 1H16, keeping pace with 1H15 results (US$39.6bn).
  • The spectacular turnaround in sentiment in the leveraged market resulted in a 137% jump in refinancing in 2Q, reaching US$112bn, up from US$47bn in 1Q and the highest since 2Q15’s US$165bn.

More syndicated loan coverage in Gold Sheets