NFI amended its existing $1.25 billion senior revolving credit facility and its £50 million ($67.6 million) revolving UK credit facility. The Bank of Nova Scotia is the administrative agent for the $1.25 billion revolver and HSBC UK is the administrative agent for the UK credit facility.
According to a survey from HSBC, 98% of Canadian issuers factor sustainability into their practice. While issuers and investors reported common ground on investment opportunities in infrastructure investment, the two groups differ when it comes to clean power technology.
The Bank of Nova Scotia is serving as administrative agent for an amendment to a first lien secured revolving credit facility for Trevali Mining, which also entered into an up to $20 million second lien secured facility agreement with Glencore Canada.
Mandalay Resources entered into a credit agreement with HSBC Bank Canada and Macquarie Bank for a $25 million senior secured revolving credit facility and a $40 million senior secured term credit facility.
Citibank acted as sole structuring agent for Atlas, which closed its $285 million senior secured financing on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary, APR Energy.
HSBC has arranged for a syndicate of lenders to provide Macro Industries with $145 million in new senior secured credit facilities.
HSBC Bank Canada served as administrative agent, lead arranger and sole bookrunner on amendments which reduced the commitment on Western Energy’s syndicated revolving first lien credit facility from $70 million to $50 million.
Trevali Mining amended its credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders for a $275 million revolving credit facility. The new facility replaces the $160 million term loan facility and the $30 million revolving facility entered into in August 2017.
Accord Financial signed a new senior secured revolving credit facility totaling $292 million with a syndicate of banks. The Bank of Nova Scotia acted as administrative agent, sole arranger and sole bookrunner on the transaction.
Just Energy Group renegotiated an agreement with a syndicate of lenders to increase its credit facility to $352.5 million. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and National Bank of Canada were joint lead arrangers.