Viemed Healthcare, a provider of respiratory care and technology-enabled home medical equipment services, entered into syndicated credit facilities, consisting of a five-year senior secured revolving credit facility of up to $30 million and a five-year delayed draw term loan facility of up to $30 million.
Healthcare Trust of America and its operating partnership, Healthcare Trust of America Holdings, entered into a third amended and restated $1.3 billion revolving credit and term loan agreement. JPMorgan Chase Bank served as the administrative agent for the facility.
Truist served as administrative agent on an increase from $705 million to $740 million for the revolving credit facility of Main Street Capital, according to a related 8K filed with the SEC.
According to an 8K filed with the SEC, ING Capital served as administrative agent, Hancock Whitney Bank served as assuming lender and Texas Capital Bank served as documentation agent for a $30 million increase to Capital Southwest’s senior secured credit facility.
Main Street Capital expanded the total commitments under its revolving credit facility from $655 million to $680 million. BB&T served as administrative agent for the 17-bank lender group.
AAC Holdings closed a new $210 million senior secured term loan facility and $40 million revolving credit facility. Credit Suisse served as administrative agent for the transaction.