LendingUSA, a provider of point-of-sale financing, closed a new credit facility of $200 million from Atalaya Capital Management and Credit Suisse. Sector Financial, an affiliate of Credit Suisse, provided access to the credit facility.
Stonebriar Commercial Finance extended its $1 billion revolving warehouse credit facility agented by Bank of America to 2025. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) joined the facility as a new participating lender.
Sunlight Financial, a technology-enabled point-of-sale financing company, closed its business combination with Spartan Acquisition Corp. II, a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company sponsored by funds managed by an affiliate of Apollo Global Management.
US LBM completed its acquisition of American Construction Source from Angeles Equity Partners and Clearlake Capital Group. Barclays and Credit Suisse led the debt financing for the transaction. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Tivity Health, a provider of health solutions, priced a $400 million senior secured term loan B facility and a $100 million senior secured revolving facility. Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Truist Bank are acting as joint lead arrangers and bookrunners for the transaction.
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.
Tivity Health launched the syndication of new senior secured credit facilities. Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Truist Bank are acting as joint lead arrangers and bookrunners for the transaction.
HomeLight, a real estate technology platform, is expanding its financial offerings, HomeLight Trade-In and HomeLight Cash Offer, to real estate agents, homebuyers and sellers across Texas. Credit Suisse provided a $100 million credit facility to HomeLight to fuel the expansion.
US LBM, a distributor of specialty building materials, reached an agreement to acquire American Construction Source, a building materials distribution platform. Barclays and Credit Suisse provided debt financing for the transaction.
Gogo priced and allocated a seven-year, $725 million term loan B and a five-year, $100 million revolving credit facility. Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Benefit Street Partners and CBAM Partners acted as joint lead arrangers for the facilities.