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5 Things to Know (11/28/16)

  • Loan investors are watching the holiday shopping season for signs of respite as struggling US retailers face resistance and higher financing costs in the leveraged loan market.
  • Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank are among seven banks that have signed onto a new multi-dealer electronic loan trading system, which aims to bring greater transparency to the market.
  • Norton antivirus software maker Symantec has lined up a debt financing to back its US$2.3bn acquisition of US-based identity theft protection company LifeLock Inc.
  • Palmer Square Capital Management, a US$3.7bn investment firm, has hired two for business development.
  • Payment processor First Data Corp has allocated its €763m term loan, lowering the pricing on the deal to 325bp over Euribor from 375bp.

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What to Watch (11/28/16)

  • Vestcom International has scheduled a November 29 lender meeting to launch a US$375m credit facility. JP Morgan leads.
  • Masergy Communications has scheduled a bank meeting for November 29 to launch a US$522.5m credit facility backing its buyout by Berkshire Partners.
  • Completed leveraged covenant-lite loan volume has already reached US$83bn in 4Q16 through mid-November.
  • Yields have widened slightly in November to the highest average since July. The average yield, assuming a three year term to repayment on first-lien institutional loans is in the 5.36% context so far in November, slightly up from 5.1% in October.

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