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5 Things to Know (6/29/15)

  • On Assignment has joined a growing list of U.S. companies banning rivals and often their private equity owners from participating in loans by adding them to a blacklist.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • The U.S. House held a hearing to discuss draft legislation aimed at modernizing regulatory oversight of the Business Development Company industry.
  • JP Morgan is wrapping up a $4B senior unsecured revolver expected to replace existing revolving credits at HJ Heinz Co and Kraft Foods Group Inc following the combination of the two food giants.
  • SS&C Technologies floated guidance on the $2.48B credit facility backing its purchase of investment management software firm Advent Software.

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What to Watch (6/29/15)

  • UBS is leading the $475M financing slated to back KKR’s acquisition of C.H.I. Overhead Doors. The financing will launch in July.
  • Commitments are due this week for the $1.85B term loan backing Cox Automotive Inc’s acquisition of Dealertrack Technologies. Citigroup leads the deal.
  • Retail investors pulled $174.2M out of bank loan mutual funds in the week ending June 24, the fourth straight week of outflows, while investing $621.5M into high yield bond funds.
  • The institutional pipeline has ballooned on the back of several sizeable M&A deals. The calendar reached roughly $82B, the highest level since February 2013.

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