Scotiabank Leads New AutoCanada Credit Facility

AutoCanada entered into a new credit agreement providing secured credit facilities of up to $1.08 billion, subject to certain conditions precedent to funding. Scotiabank led the facility, with CIBC, RBC, HSBC and ATB participating in the syndicate.

BofA Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan Lead $8B Coty Refi

According to Reuters, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and JPMorgan will lead an $8 billion debt refinancing for beauty company Coty.

BofA Agents New $350MM Credit Agreement for CSG Systems

CSG Systems replaced its credit agreement of February 2015 with a new $350 million agreement led by Bank of America as administrative agent.

BNP Paribas, GS, Others Lead Financing to Support MFG Buy

Clayton, Dubilier & Rice-backed Motor Fuel Group completed its acquisition of MRH, the UK’s largest petrol station and convenience retail operator. The transaction is valued at approximately £1.2 billion ($1.6686 billion).

HSBC Provides $6MM Facility for Questor Technology

Questor Technology has secured a $5 million revolving capital loan and a $1 million operating loan from HSBC.

HSBC, Others Refinance $62.98MM Finsbury Revolver

HSBC, Rabobank and RBS refinanced debt facilities for Finsbury Food Group, a UK-based specialized bakery for both retail and foodservice channels.

Wells Fargo Agents $750MM Facility for Fossil

Fossil Group and Fossil Group Europe amended their credit facility with Wells Fargo as administrative agent to include a $325 million revolving credit facility and a $425 million term loan.

Nine Banks Accused of Rigging Canadian Rate Benchmark

Reuters reported that nine banks, including Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal and the National Bank of Canada, are being sued in the U.S. for conspiring to rig a Canadian rate benchmark.

Deutsche Bank Arranges Nyrstar Facility Refinance

Multi-metals business Nyrstar refinanced its existing €500 million ($592.38 million) multi-currency structured commodity trade finance facility due to expire in June 2019 with a one year runoff period starting in June 2018.

Zenith Energy Pulls M&A Loan From Syndication

Reuters reported midstream company Zenith Energy US Logistics Holdings has pulled the plug on a $450 million leveraged loan due to lack of interest from investors.