BofAML Provides $10MM Revolver to CUI Global

CUI Global has closed on a two-year revolving line of credit facility of up to $10 million with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Scotiabank Agents $1.05B Facility for Valvoline

Valvoline amended its credit agreement, closing a $1.05 billion facility with the Bank of Nova Scotia as administrative agent and Citibank as lead arranger.

Second Avenue, White Oak Co-Agent $35MM Facility for Charming Charlie

Second Avenue Capital Partners and White Oak Commercial Finance closed a $35 million asset-backed revolving credit facility for Charming Charlie, a Houston-based women’s specialty retailer.

Wells Fargo Agents $1.3B Facility for Six Flags

Six Flags Entertainment entered into a new seven-year $800 million senior secured term loan facility and five-year $350 million senior secured revolving credit facility. Wells Fargo served as administrative agent for the transaction.

PNC Provides $45MM Revolver to AVENUE Stores

AVENUE Stores, the omni-channel retailer of the AVENUE brand of women’s plus-size fashion apparel, footwear and accessories, successfully refinanced its outstanding capital structure. PNC provided a $45 revolving credit facility to support the recap.

TPG Sixth Street Provides $300MM Term Loan to TherapeuticsMD

TherapeuticsMD has signed a binding commitment letter for a fully-negotiated $300 million non-dilutive secured term loan financing facility with TPG Sixth Street Partners.

Scotiabank, TD Support StorageVault Acquisition of Real Storage

Toronto-based StorageVault has completed the acquisition of the Real Storage portfolio. The Bank of Nova Scotia and TD Securities led a $320 million term loan to support the transaction.

HSBC Arranges $145MM in Facilities for Macro Industries

HSBC has arranged for a syndicate of lenders to provide Macro Industries with $145 million in new senior secured credit facilities.

Bank of Nova Scotia Leads $130MM Revolver for Equinox Gold

Equinox Gold has converted its $100 million Mesquite acquisition facility into a senior secured $130 million corporate revolving credit facility with the existing syndicate of lenders led by the Bank of Nova Scotia.

JPMorgan Chase Extends Line of Credit for WhistlePig Rye Whiskey

WhistlePig, a distiller of ultra-premium and luxury rye whiskey, has received a $55 million revolving line of credit from JPMorgan Chase, extending the existing $40 million line with JPMorgan Chase, which was received in April 2018. The credit facility will provide the company with incremental funding to accelerate the production and aging of premium rye whiskey.