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5 Things to Know (7/18/16)

  • Uber, already a byword for disrupting established industries, has also confounded lenders in the leveraged loan market with its US$1.15bn term loan.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Citigroup was the top arranger of US CLOs in the second quarter as issuance fell more than 41% from the same three-month period in 2015.
  • Britain’s vote to detach from the EU as well as tepid global economic growth will foster more corporate debt defaults and wider credit spreads, according to an IACPM survey.
  • LBO volume has returned to more familiar ground after Macquarie Capital leapt to the top of LPC LBO league tables amidst extremely slow activity and volatile conditions.

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What to Watch (7/18/16)

  • United Site Services will hold a lender meeting on July 20 to launch a US$450m credit facility to refinance existing debt. Antares Capital leads the deal.
  • Retail investors added US$136.5m into bank loan mutual funds and piled US$4.35bn into high-yield bond funds the week ending July 13, according to Lipper FMI.
  • After declining for three straight quarters, loan volume picked up in 2Q16. At US$214bn, leveraged loan issuance was up 64% from 1Q16’s US$130bn, but down 20% year-over-year.
  • Last quarter saw 45% of institutional tranches reverse flex compared to just 11% that flexed up. That was flipped from 1Q16 when only 11% institutional facilities reverse flexed against 29% which flexed higher.

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