BMO Amends ArgroFresh Revolver

Bank of Montreal agreed to extend AgroFresh Solutions’ $12.5 million revolving credit facility from July 31, 2019 to Dec 31, 2020. The extension will enhance the company’s liquidity and financial flexibility.

NBC Leads $75MM Upsize to Park Lawn Revolver

National Bank of Canada led a banking syndicate on a $75 million upsize to Park Lawn’s financing arrangement, increasing the borrowing capacity from $150 million to $225 million.

BMO Agents $60.2MM Debt Facility for Cannabis Producer PharmHouse

BMO acted as agent and lead lender on C$80 million ($60.2 million) in secured debt financing for Canopy Rivers’ joint venture, PharmHouse. CIBC and Concentra Bank also participated as lenders on the facility.

Scotiabank, BMO Arrange $130MM Secured Financing for Ero Copper

Ero Copper refinanced all of its current U.S. dollar denominated senior secured debt via a new $130 million debt financing, comprised of an $80 million senior secured term facility and a $50 million senior secured revolver, with Scotiabank and Bank of Montreal.

BMO Closes $200MM Aurora Cannabis Debt Facility

Aurora Cannabis closed its previously announced debt facility with the Bank of Montreal, consisting of a $150 million term loan and a $50 million revolving credit facility.

BMO to Provide $200MM Debt Facility to Aurora Cannabis

Bank of Montreal agreed to provide a new $200 million debt facility, with a potential upsize to $250 million, to Aurora Cannabis. The facility will consist of a $150 million term loan and a $50 million revolver.

Credit Suisse Leads $2.59B Paysafe Buyout Financing

Reuters reported Credit Suisse led the financing of a $2.59 billion leveraged loan supporting Blackstone’s buyout of UK-based payment processing company Paysafe.

Wells Agents New $335MM BlueLinx ABL Facility

BlueLinx Holdings closed a new five-year $335 million syndicated secured asset-based revolving credit facility. Wells Fargo served as administrative agent.

TCW, BofA, BMO Provide School Specialty Refinancing

School Specialty completed a new $140 million term loan with TCW’s Direct Lending Group and amended its $125 million ABL with Bank of America and Bank of Montreal.

BMO Upsizes Tucows Facility to $140MM to Support eNom Acquisition

Tucows acquired wholesale domain name registrar eNom from Rightside Group for $83.5 million. The acquisition will be funded through an amendment increasing Tucows’ existing credit facility to a total of $140 million. Bank of Montreal was administrative agent for the transaction.