BOKF Agents $200MM Revolver for Superior Pipeline

Superior Pipeline entered into a credit agreement with BOKF, formerly Bank of Oklahoma, as administrative agent for a five-year, $200 million senior secured revolving credit facility.

JPMorgan Agents $500MM Revolver for Akami

Akamai Technologies entered into a five-year, $500 million revolving credit agreement with JPMorgan Chase as administrative agent, sole bookrunner and joint lead arranger.

BofA, Others Support Albertsons/Rite Aid Merger

A group of lenders led by Bank of America and Merrill Lynch have committed to providing Albertsons with a $4.667 billion facility to support the company’s merger with Rite Aid.

BofA Agents New $1.8B Revolver for Varian Medical

Varian Medical Systems replaced its $600 million revolving credit facility with a $41.5 billion revolving credit facility in a transaction agented by Bank of America.

National Bank of Canada Extends Boralex Revolver

Boralex extended the maturity of its C$460 million ($357 million) revolving credit facility to April 27, 2022. National Bank of Canada acted as lead arranger and administrative agent on the amendment.

Lim Joins ABL Team at TD Bank

TD Bank named John J. Lim senior vice president, business development officer in Asset Based Lending.

BofA Supports Penn National Gaming Pinnacle Buy

Penn National Gaming amended its credit facility to support its upcoming acquisition of the outstanding equity interest in Pinnacle Entertainment. Bank of America served as administrative agent for the transaction.

ScotiaBank Agents $175MM Revolver for Tahoe

Tahoe Resources amended its credit agreement, giving the company access to a $175 million revolving credit facility plus a $25 million accordion feature. The Bank of Nova Scotia served as administrative agent.

Citibank Agents $500MM Facility for Edison

Edison International closed a $500 term loan agreement with Citibank as administrative agent.

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.