BMO Closes $200MM Aurora Cannabis Debt Facility

Aurora Cannabis closed its previously announced debt facility with the Bank of Montreal, consisting of a $150 million term loan and a $50 million revolving credit facility.

BMO to Provide $200MM Debt Facility to Aurora Cannabis

Bank of Montreal agreed to provide a new $200 million debt facility, with a potential upsize to $250 million, to Aurora Cannabis. The facility will consist of a $150 million term loan and a $50 million revolver.

Credit Suisse Leads $2.59B Paysafe Buyout Financing

Reuters reported Credit Suisse led the financing of a $2.59 billion leveraged loan supporting Blackstone’s buyout of UK-based payment processing company Paysafe.

Wells Agents New $335MM BlueLinx ABL Facility

BlueLinx Holdings closed a new five-year $335 million syndicated secured asset-based revolving credit facility. Wells Fargo served as administrative agent.

TCW, BofA, BMO Provide School Specialty Refinancing

School Specialty completed a new $140 million term loan with TCW’s Direct Lending Group and amended its $125 million ABL with Bank of America and Bank of Montreal.

BMO Upsizes Tucows Facility to $140MM to Support eNom Acquisition

Tucows acquired wholesale domain name registrar eNom from Rightside Group for $83.5 million. The acquisition will be funded through an amendment increasing Tucows’ existing credit facility to a total of $140 million. Bank of Montreal was administrative agent for the transaction.

HSBC Agents Spin Master Facility Increase to $510MM

Spin Master, a global children’s entertainment company, entered into an agreement with a syndicate of lenders to increase its credit facility to $510 million.

JPMorgan Agents $275MM Term Loan to Support Modine Acquisition

Modine Manufacturing entered into a purchase agreement to acquire the shares of seven target companies held by Luvata. JPMorgan agented an amendment to Modine’s credit facility to support the transaction, including a new $275 million term loan.

BMO, Royal Bank of Canada Arrange BRP Refi

Bombardier Recreational Products, a subsidiary of BRP, refinanced its existing credit facilities. Royal Bank of Canada and BMO Capital Markets acted as joint lead arrangers.

BMO, National Bank of Canada Lead Altus Facility Upsize

Altus Group expanded its revolver to $200 million (from $159.7 million).