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5 Things to Know (3/27/17)

  • Top US companies are raising short-term loans ahead of a possible windfall if the Trump administration approves the first corporate tax holiday in more than a decade.
  • Low-rated US buyout loans are pricing with razor thin margins not seen since the financial crisis of 2008 as a dearth of new deals allows companies to dictate terms in a borrower’s market.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Pension schemes are pouring money into European direct lending strategies, fuelling the growth of larger funds and the arrival of new entrants.
  • UBS has hired Chad Hersch as a loan trader. He will report to Barry Zamore.

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What to Watch (3/27/17)

  • French packaging group Albea Beauty will hold a bank meeting in London on Monday to launch a US$921m dividend recapitalization. The deal will launch in New York on Tuesday.
  • Chemicals company Platform Specialty Products will launch a deal to refinance its term loan B-4 and term loan C-3 via a lender call on Monday.
  • Equipment provider Utility One Source is slated to launch a US$550m debt refinancing on Monday.
    Garrett Ryan has joined Twin Brook Capital Partners, the middle market direct lending subsidiary of Angelo, Gordon & Co, to head capital markets.
  • Investors placed US$693.6m into bank loan mutual funds in the week ending March 22, marking the 19th consecutive week of inflows.

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