BofA Upsizes Hasbro Facility to $1B

Toymaker Hasbro amended its credit agreement with Bank of America as administrative agent. The new agreement increased the aggregate size of the facility to $1 billion and provided for a $700 million revolving credit facility.

HSBC Upsizes B2Gold Facility to $500MM

B2Gold secured an increase to $500 million for its revolving credit facility led by HSBC as administrative agent, sole lead arranger and sole book runner.

Scotiabank Agents $150MM Tahoe Resources Upsize

Tahoe Resources amended its credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders led by the Bank of Nova Scotia, increasing revolving funds to $300 million and adding a $50 million accordion feature.

JPMorgan Agents Marathon Oil Facility Upsize to $3.4B

Marathon Oil priced an offering of $1 billion of 4.400% senior notes that will mature on July 15, 2027. Concurrently, the company increased its credit facility from $3.3 billion to $3.4 billion.

Scotiabank Leads $45MM CRH Medical Upsize

CRH Medical increased its credit facility to $100 million and added a $25 million accordion feature. JPMorgan Chase Bank joined the syndicate of lenders led by The Bank of Nova Scotia.

Scotiabank Agents $1.75B Facility for Liberty Global Subsidiaries

Subsidiaries of global telecom company Liberty Global entered into a $1.25 billion term loan facility and a $625 million revolving credit facility with The Bank of Nova Scotia as administrative agent.

JPMorgan-Led Syndicate Upsizes Callon Petroleum to $2B

Callon Petroleum entered into an amended and restated credit agreement co-arranged by JPMorgan Chase Bank, Capital One, Citibank and The Bank of Nova Scotia, which upsized commitments from $500 million to $2 billion.

Bank of Nova Scotia Provides $500MM Facility to Telenet Financing

Telenet Financing entered into a $500 million financing agreement with The Bank of Nova Scotia as facility agent.

Bank of Nova Scotia-Led Group Supports Ashland Global Buy

Ashland Global acquired Pharmachem Laboratories for $660 million. The acquisition was funded by new credit facilities totaling $1.18 billion. The Bank of Nova Scotia was administrative agent for the bank syndicate.

RBC Agents Borrowing Base Increase to $450MM for Matador

Matador Resources increased its borrowing base from $400 million to $450 million. Royal Bank of Canada served as administrative agent for the transaction.