Citibank, JPMorgan, Others Provide New $1B Facility to THG

The Hut Group secured a new $1 billion banking facility to fund further acquisitions. Citibank, JPMorgan, Barclays, HSBC and Santander provided the enlarged facility.

Citibank Agents Up to $140MM ABL for Revlon

Revlon Holdings, a wholly owned indirect foreign subsidiary of Revlon Consumer Products, and its subsidiaries entered into an asset-based term loan credit agreement with Citibank as administrative agent.

Wells Fargo Agents $300MM Facility for IMAX

IMAX entered into a new five-year, $300 million senior secured revolving credit facility. Wells Fargo acted as agent on the transaction.

Citibank, BNP Paribas Agent $3.5B CCI Facilities

Castleton Commodities International closed two credit facilities totaling $3.525 billion, including a committed borrowing base facility and a committed revolver. BNP Paribas and Citibank acted as administrative agents on the facilities.

Citibank Agents Superior Industries Term Loan Repricing

Superior Industries International repriced its $384.8 million term loan B. Citibank served as both administrative and collateral agent on the transaction.

BofA Agents New $800MM Facility for Celestica

Celestica entered into a new $800 million credit facility with a syndicate of lenders and Bank of America as administrative agent.

Citibank Agents $1B Revolver for Transocean

Transocean closed a five-year, $1 billion senior secured revolving credit facility, with Citibank acting as administrative agent and Wells Fargo Securities as syndication agent on the transaction.

Citibank Provides $95.2MM in Funding to OXSQ

Oxford Square Funding, a subsidiary of Oxford Square Capital, entered into a credit facility with Citibank. The company borrowed approximately $95.2 million under the facility.

SunTrust Upsizes EVO Facility to $200MM

EVO Payments, a payment service provider operating throughout North America and Europe, amended its senior secured credit facility, increasing the revolver to $200 million.

Citibank Agents Up to $450MM DIP for iHeartMedia

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas approved up to $450 million in DIP financing for iHeartMedia, which filed for Chapter 11 protection in March.