Bloomberg reported that W.R. Grace & Co. is seeking $1.55 billion in loans to support its emergence from bankruptcy, 12 years after it filed for protection from creditors to escape more than 100,000 asbestos-related injury claims.

Bloomberg added the financing includes a $700 million term loan, a $200 million term portion denominated in euros, a $250 million delayed-draw term loan and $400 million in revolving lines of credit, according to a court filing yesterday. Goldman Sachs Group, Deutsche Bank AG, Bank of America, HSBC Holdings, Citigroup, KeyCorp, PNC Bank and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking are arranging the financing, Bloomberg said further.

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Previously on abfjournal: Court Confirms W.R. Grace Chapter 11 Plan, February 1, 2012