Hilton Grand Vacations successfully repriced its existing $1.3 billion term loan B, maturing Aug. 2, 2028. The new pricing will be SOFR plus 275 basis points, down from SOFR plus 300 basis points. Additionally, the interest rate floor for the Term Loan B has been lowered from 50 basis points to 0 basis points.

“Even in light of volatile markets, we were able to successfully lower our pricing on our Term Loan B by 25 basis points reflecting our strong leverage position and ample free cash flow,” Dan Mathewes, CFO of Hilton Grand Vacations, said. “The combination of new investors and annual interest savings over $3 million a year further position us to successfully execute on our strategic priorities.”

Proceeds of the issuance, net of fees, were used to reprice the existing term loan B due 2028.

Bank of America served as lead arranger and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett represented Hilton Grand Vacations as issuer counsel.