Barclays, JPMorgan Support Energizer Spectrum Brands Buy

Energizer Holdings closed an agreement to acquire Spectrum Brands’ Global Battery and Portable Lighting Business for $2 billion in cash. Barclays and JPMorgan Chase committed to provide financing to support the transaction.

JPMorgan Agents $300MM Envigo Facility

Envigo allocated a $300 million offering of a senior secured term loan B facility with JPMorgan acting as administrative agent.

JPMorgan Extends $100MM Libbey Glass ABL

Libbey and its wholly owned subsidiary, Libbey Glass, entered into an amendment to extend the terms of its existing asset-based loan credit facility.

JPMorgan Agents $925MM Facility for Lionsgate

Lionsgate Entertainment closed a $900 million term loan and a $25 million revolving credit facility with JPMorgan as administrative agent.

ING Capital Agents Oaktree Specialty Lending $600MM Revolver

Oaktree Specialty Lending entered into a new secured revolving credit facility with a $600 million capacity and a maturity date of November 2020.

Wells Fargo Agents $200MM Upsize for CVR Refining

CVR Refining and its subsidiaries amended the company’s ABL credit agreement, allowing for an increase in borrowings of up to $200 million.

JPMorgan Amends Alcoa $1.5B Revolving Credit Agreement

Alcoa has successfully amended its $1.5 billion revolving credit agreement with improved terms for the company. JPMorgan served as administrative agent.

JPMorgan Upsizes Vectrus Revolver to $120MM, Provides New $80MM Term Loan

Vectrus amended its credit facility with JPMorgan as administrative agent, increasing the revolver from $75 million to $120 million and adding a new $80 million term loan.

J.P. Morgan, Others Launch $315MM Loan to Support St. Hubert Buy

Reuters reported that a banking group led by J.P. Morgan, Societe General and Unicredit will aid Beijing Sanyuan Foods and Chinese conglomerate Fosun Group in their acquisition of St. Hubert, a French margarine maketer, by launching a €270 million ($315 million) leveraged loan financing.

Toys ‘R’ Us Files Bankruptcy, JPMorgan-Led Syndicate Provides DIP

JPMorgan agented a $3 billion debtor-in-possession loan for bankrupt retailer Toys “R” Us. Illustrator Jerry Gonzalez depicts the lender as Santa with a generous gift for the ailing toy seller.