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5 Things to Know (1/15/18)

  • Lenders to US mid-sized businesses are increasingly concerned about the higher levels of debt held by middle market companies versus a year ago, as well as what they consider to be less restrictive leveraged loan documents.
  • Thomson Reuters LPC’s Loan Market Scorecard provides a snapshot of key statistics in the leveraged loan and high yield bond markets.
  • The US CLO market may be heading for a record year in 2018 as investors seek floating-rate assets as a hedge to rising interest rates.
  • Telecoms giant Altice returned to the debt market last week to finance the spin-off of its US unit, making an effort to appease both wary banks and disgruntled shareholders.
  • Boardriders Ic will use US$600m of loans to back its purchase of Australian peer Billabong International Ltd.

More syndicated loan coverage on LoanConnector.

What to Watch (1/15/18)

  • Software developer Flexera will launch at a January 16 bank meeting a new US$675m first- and second-lien credit facility. Jefferies is arranging the transaction.
  • MedRisk will launch January 17 US$705m in acquisition financing that backs the company’s sale to The Carlyle Group. Jefferies, Antares Capital, Barclays and Nomura are arranging.
  • Vizient Inc will reprice January 16 its US$1.05bn term loan as it pays down debt with proceeds from a pro rata transaction. Barclays is leading.
  • Safe Fleet Holdings will hold a bank meeting January 16 to launch the loan package backing its LBO by Oak Hill Partners. Goldman Sachs leads with UBS and Morgan Stanley.

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