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5 Things to Know (2/20/18)

  • More banks are poised to join a US$14bn financing backing Blackstone Group’s acquisition of a majority stake in the Financial and Risk business of Thomson Reuters Corp.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Banks have lined up approximately US$2.5bn-equivalent of leveraged loans to back EG Group’s acquisition of US grocery chain Kroger’s convenience store unit.
  • Wall Street firms are cheering a court ruling that will exempt CLO funds from complying with Dodd-Frank Act rules that require investment managers to hold some of their deals’ risk.
  • GNC has announced a China joint venture that will bring in US$300m of new cash and plans to extend its US$1.13bn term loan due in March 2019 by two years.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (2/20/18)

  • DiversiTech on February 20 will reprice its existing US$323.4m first-lien TL and add-on a US$25m TL. RBC, Barclays, Deutsche and SG lead
  • Cyanco will launch on February 21 a US$480m loan package backing its LBO by Cerberus Capital Management. Deutsche Bank leads.
  • Nutraceutical on February 20 will launch a repricing. Antares Capital leads.
  • Solera will launch a new loan February 20. Nomura leads with Jefferies, KKR and Macquarie.
  • OMNOVA on February 20 will launch a repricing of its US$306m TL. Deutsche Bank leads.
  • Bank meetings for Unilever’s €4.6bn-equivalent leveraged loan deal are scheduled for February 19 and February 21 in London and New York respectively, as the market gears up for one of the biggest post-crisis European leveraged buyout loans.

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