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.
ING Capital has closed a $402 million financing for Paramount Group to fund its acquisition of Market Center a San Francisco office building.
ING Capital led a $300 million syndicated financing on behalf of GT Commodities, the North American trading hub for Gerald Group, the world’s largest employee owned metals merchant.
Pipeline Foods completed the renewal and syndication of its operating line led by Rabobank, and including ING Capital and CoBank in the syndicate.
Calpine entered into a new seven-year $750 million term loan facility. Credit Suisse served as administrative agent for the transaction.
Auramet International has closed a $190 million syndicated financing deal. ING Capital as administrative agent, structured and arranged the revolving credit facility.
Fidus Investment amended its senior secured revolving credit facility led by ING Capital, increasing the commitments from $90 million to $100 million.
Alaska Communications refinanced its credit agreements and entered into new senior credit facilities totaling $225 million. ING Capital acted as sole book runner and joint-lead arranger on the transaction.
Capital Southwest amended and restated its senior secured revolving credit facility, increasing commitments from $210 million to $270 million. The financing was led by ING Capital.
Rite Aid entered into a new senior secured credit agreement, consisting of a $2.7 billion senior secured asset-based revolving credit facility and a $450 million “first-in, last out” senior secured term loan facility. Bank of America served as both administrative and collateral agent on the facilities.