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5 Things to Know (7/17/17)

  • EagleTree Capital is in advanced discussions to acquire Corsair Components for more than US$500m.
  • Asurion is poised to become the second company within the last three months to arrange a second-lien loan larger than US$1bn as it looks to cut borrowing costs.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • The US$52.4bn of CLO funds issued in the first six months of 2017 was 100% higher than a year earlier, comfortably exceeding analysts’ forecast.
  • Macquarie Capital is looking to boost its US credit sales team with two hires offering experience in distressed loans and secondary trading.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (7/17/17)

  • Eyemart Express will launch July 18 a US$355m term loan to back a dividend recapitalization. Barclays is leading with Wells Fargo.
  • Jefferies Finance on July 17 will seek to raise a US$250m senior secured term loan and US$400m in senior notes. Jefferies is lead left, joined by Citigroup and HSBC.
  • Investors added US$107.6m to loan funds and pulled US$1.1bn from high-yield bond funds in the week ending July 12.
  • Over US$51bn of sponsored buyout volume was completed in 1H17, the highest half year total in three years.

More syndicated loan coverage in Gold Sheets