Helping guide the global syndicated loan market

Thomson Reuters LPC is the premier global provider of information on the syndicated loan and high yield bond markets. Our first-to-the-market news, comprehensive real-time and historic data helps industry players stay informed about market trends and facilitate trading and investment decisions.

From offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Sydney and Tokyo we are the one source for comprehensive coverage of the syndicated loan markets worldwide.

Our publications, online news, analysis, valuation services and interactive databases are used every day by banks, asset managers, law firms, regulators, corporations and others to drive valuation, syndication, trading, and research and portfolio management activities.

LPC Updates

Sign up for updates

Get LPC Updates by providing a valid* email address:

5 Things to Know (1/16/17)

  • Federal regulators criticized several Wall Street banks over the handling of a US$1.15bn loan they helped arrange for Uber Technologies Inc this past summer.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan market.
  • US merger and acquisition activity is expected to pick up in 2017 as fiscal stimulus, tax reform and other policies supporting economic growth are introduced by the new Republican administration.
  • Rules that require CLO firms to hold a portion of their funds were a large focus of the market in 2016, contributing, in part, to lower volume with issuance down about 27%.
  • Loan traders expect a strong technical market and excess demand to support high secondary prices in early 2017.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (1/16/17)

  • Worldwide Express will launch January 17 a US$545m leveraged loan next week to fund the global logistics company’s sale to Ridgemont Equity Partners from Quad-C Management.
  • Canadian oil and gas company MEG Energy Corp will launch January 17 a US$1.235bn term loan to refinance debt. Barclays leads with BMO and Royal Bank of Canada.
  • Sprint Communications will launch January 17 a US$1.5bn seven-year term loan to boost liquidity and for general corporate purposes. JP Morgan leads.
  • Innocor will launch January 17 a US$675m credit facility to back its buyout by private equity firm Bain Capital. Barclays leads the transaction.

More syndicated loan coverage in Gold Sheets