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5 Things to Know (10/15/18)

  • KKR Capital is arranging a leveraged financing that will back the US$6.7bn sale of one of Sedgwick, as PE firms continue to boost their lending capabilities.
  • A much lower loan issuance in the third quarter is fueling a surge in secondary trading volume and prices as investors are still left hungry.
  • LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • Vitol has signed a US$9.4bn loan that will be used for refinancing and general corporate purposes.
  • The slowdown in Asia Pacific’s third-quarter primary volume restricted supply further in the secondary, continuing a trend seen in the previous quarter and pushing bid prices higher.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (10/15/18)

  • Thor Industries will launch Oct. 15-16 a multi-currency term loan B facilities that back its acquisition of German caravan maker Erwin Hymer Group.
  • EnTrans International will launch October 16 a US$255m term loan to refinance debt. Credit Suisse is leading.
  • IEA will launch October 16 a US$350m credit facility to back acquisition activity. Jefferies is leading with KeyBank.
  • Investors added US$479.3m to loan funds and pulled US$4.93bn from high-yield bond funds in the week ending October 10, according to Lipper.
  • IXO Management will launch October 16 a financing to back the company’s acquisition by Vista Global. JP Morgan leads.

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