Griffin Global Asset Management upsized its senior secured warehouse facility to $2 billion with a syndicate of 12 banks. UMB Bank is acting as the administrative agent and security trustee for the facility.
Sabre Corporation refinanced a portion of its existing indebtedness. Sabre incurred no additional indebtedness as a result of the refinancing above the refinanced amount, other than amounts covering the original issue discount, certain interest, fees and expenses.
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.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York granted Avianca access to $2 billion in debtor-in-possession financing, including $1.27 billion in senior secured financing for which Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase are serving as co-lead arrangers.
Avianca Holdings secured commitments for debtor-in-possession financing totaling more than $2 billion and filed a motion to approve the financing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Goldman Sachs Lending Partners and JPMorgan Chase are serving as co-lead arrangers.
Aligned completed a $1 billion senior secured credit facility — the first U.S. data center sustainability-linked financing. TD Securities was the administrative and collateral agent and Goldman Sachs Lending Partners as the syndication agent.
According to an 8K filed with the SEC, JPMorgan Chase served as administrative agent on the refinancing of Office Depot’s existing asset-based credit facility, which now consists of a $1.2 billion revolving credit facility and a $100 million first-in, last-out facility.
According to an 8K, Goldman Sachs Lending Partners extended the maturity date of Atlantic Power’s senior secured revolving credit facility to April 2025 while reducing the capacity to $180 million.
Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan committed to providing bridge financing to support 21st Century Fox’s £15.325 billion ($20.18 billion) bid to purchase UK-based media company, Sky. Law firm Simpson Thacher is representing 21st Century in its bidding war with Comcast.