Mercuria’s North American operating entities closed its $3.4 billion multi-year senior secured borrowing base credit facility. The facility was over-subscribed, enabling Mercuria to increase the size by $100 million.
Castleton Commodities International closed a $2.2 billion borrowing base facility consisting of a $1 billion 18-month tranche and a $1.2 billion two-year tranche. The facility also includes a $1 billion accordion, which remains available to support future liquidity needs and growth.
Freepoint Commodities closed a $2.63 billion revolving bank facility. The facility consists of a $1.57 billion, three-year committed tranche and a $1.05 billion, one-year uncommitted tranche. Additionally, the facility has a $570 million accordion feature. BNP Paribas is the administrative agent for the facility.
Tenaska Marketing Ventures, the natural gas marketing affiliate of Tenaska, completed a renewal and increase of its committed borrowing base facility that provides up to $2 billion for a four-year term maturing in March 2026.
Castleton Commodities International closed on a $1.7 billion borrowing base facility. BNP Paribas, MUFG, Société Générale, Citibank, Coöperatieve Rabobank, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank and Natixis served as joint lead arrangers and joint bookrunners for the facility.
Phibro Animal Health entered into an amended and restated credit agreement with an aggregate principal amount of $550 million. The agreement was jointly arranged by BofA Securities and Coöperatieve Rabobank, with Bank of America acting as administrative agent.
BNP Paribas is serving as administrative agent for a $2.565 billion revolving bank facility for Freepoint Commodities. ABN AMRO Capital, Coöperatieve Rabobank, ING Bank and Société Générale are serving as co-syndication and co-documentation agents.
UK soft drinks company Britvic has secured a credit facility of up to £400 million ($521 million) for its sustainability goals.
TIP, a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, increased its existing revolving credit facility (RCF) from €967 million ($1.07 billion) to €1,150.5 million ($1.27 billion) with no change in pricing or structure.
TrailStone Group closed a $300 million revolving credit facility with BNP Paribas acting as sole lead arranger and bookrunner. The new facility refinances the company’s current $200 million revolver.