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Five Things to Know (5/18/15)

  • Loan bankers are looking at Israel’s Teva Pharmaceutical’s $40B unsolicited bid for Mylan Inc in the hope that a sizeable M&A loan financing will emerge.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse sold $388M loans backing the merger between fragrance sample providers Bioplan and Arcade Marketing at a loss last week on their third trip to the market.
  • May marks the tenth consecutive month for issuance of CLOs backed by leveraged loans in Europe, the longest streak since the onset of the global financial crisis in late 2008.
  • Burger King Worldwide is the latest and largest company to jump on the repricing and refinancing bandwagon in the U.S. leveraged loan market.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (5/18/15)

  • Banks are lining up a debt package of at least $25B for cable company Charter Communications, hoping the company will resume its pursuit of Time Warner Cable.
  • Life Time Fitness will launch May 18 a $1.35B credit facility to help finance the fitness center operator’s $4B buyout by Leonard Green & Partners. Deutsche Bank leads.
  • On Assignment Inc will launch May 19 a $975M credit facility to finance its $570M acquisition of Creative Circle and to refinance debt. Wells Fargo leads.
  • ConvaTec Ltd is arranging a $1.85B-equivalent credit facility to refinance its existing credit facilities and senior secured notes. A lender meeting is set for London on May 19 and for New York on May 20.
  • Retail investors placed $172.5M into bank loan mutual funds, while pulling $88.7M out of high yield bond funds. This marks the fourth instance of weekly inflows this year.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector