Goldman Sachs Leads $706.9MM Term Loans for Telenet

Telenet Group Holding successfully issued and priced an additional $475 million term loan, as wells as a €205 million term loan ($231.946 million).

Scotiabank Upsizes Superior Plus Facility to $750MM

Superior Plus increased its senior secured credit facility from $620 million to $750 million with The Bank of Nova Scotia serving as administrative agent.

JPMorgan, Scotiabank, Others Lead $400MM GCC Term Loan

Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua completed a new $400 million term loan agreement with a bank group that includes JPMorgan and The Bank of Nova Scotia.

JPMorgan Agents $6.8B Facilities to Support Microchip Microsemi Buy

Microchip Technology completed its acquisition of Microsemi in a deal valued at $10.3 billion. JPMorgan agented an amendment to the company’s credit facility that provided a revolving loan of approximately $3.8 billion and a $3 billion term loan.

Scotiabank Agents Gulfport Facility Amendment

Gulfport Energy amended its secured revolving credit facility with The Bank of Nova Scotia as administrative agent.

NBC Leads $80MM Revolver for Cobalt 27

Cobalt 27 Capital entered into an $80 million revolving term credit facility led by National Bank of Canada and a syndicate of financial institutions, including Bank of Montreal and The Bank of Nova Scotia.

BofA, Others Arrange $2.15B Facility for KBR

Houston-based KBR entered into a new $2.15 billion senior secured credit facility.

Bank of Nova Scotia, NBC Lead Centerra Gold $500MM Revolver

Mining company Centerra Gold entered into a $500 million four-year senior secured revolving credit facility with a syndicate of eight financial institutions as lenders, led by The Bank of Nova Scotia and National Bank of Canada.

ING Capital, Others Commit to $300MM Lundin Gold Facility

ING Capital, along with four other lenders, provided commitments for a $300 million senior secured project finance facility for Lundin Gold.

Bank of Nova Scotia, Others Amend Sandstorm Credit Facility

Sandstorm Gold amended its revolving credit agreement, allowing the company to borrow up to $150 million for general corporate purposes. The Bank of Nova Scotia, among others, led the amendment.