Hyatt Hotels entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Apple Leisure Group from affiliates of KKR and KSL Capital Partners for $2.7 billion in cash. Hyatt secured a financing commitment from J.P. Morgan to help support the acquisition.
TowerBrook Capital Partners, an international investment management firm, made an investment in EisnerAmper. Deutsche Bank Securities acted as sole financial advisor to EisnerAmper and provided committed debt financing in support of the transaction.
Sabre refinanced a portion of its existing indebtedness, including the repayment in full of its term loan B facility and revolving credit loan facility and the termination of the revolving commitments thereunder. Bank of America is the administrative agent and the collateral agent for the credit agreement.
Signify Health entered into a new credit agreement comprised of a $350 million senior secured first lien term loan due in June 2028 and a $185 million senior secured revolving credit facility due in June 2026. Barclays Bank acted as administrative agent and collateral agent for new credit agreement.
Deerfield Healthcare Technology Acquisitions closed its business combination with CareMax Medical Group and IMC Medical Group Holdings. The combination was partially funded by $125 million in financing from a $185 million credit facility from RBC Capital Markets and Truist Securities.
Funds managed by Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners, a private equity firm specializing in infrastructure investing, partnered with Bellinger Asset Management to complete the acquisition of a $1.1 billion performing aircraft loan portfolio from National Australia Bank.
General Mills renewed its five-year, $2.7 billion revolving credit facility, which now includes a pricing structure that is tied to environmental impact metrics. BofA Securities is one of the facility’s joint lead arrangers and also is acting as the facility’s sustainability coordinator.
Atotech Limited closed on a refinancing with Goldman Sachs as administrative agent. The agreement provides for a $1.35 billion senior secured term loan facility, a €200.0 million senior secured term loan facility and a multi-currency revolving credit facility up to $250.0 million.
According to an 8K filed with the SEC, Bank of America served as administrative and collateral agent on a $2.4 billion asset-based revolving credit facility in connection with the merger of WillScot and Mobile Mini.