Reuters reported, according to sources, that Staples’ $2.75 billion term loan backing the $6.3 billion acquisition of Office Depot will remain in place through Feb 4, 2016, as planned, even though the Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint on Monday challenging the merger due to antitrust concerns.

Reuters noted Staples said in April the $2.75 billion term loan alongside a $3.0 billion asset-based lending (ABL) facility would be used to support the deal.

According to Reuters, Barclays will serve as administrative agent and was joined by joint bookrunners Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo and HSBC.