Star Group entered into a sixth amended and restated asset-based credit facility, which expires in July 2027 and provides the ability to borrow up to $400 million on a revolving line of credit. JPMorgan Chase Bank is the facility’s administrative agent.
NMI Holdings amended its senior secured revolving credit facility, increasing the revolving capacity to $250 million and extending the maturity from Feb. 22, 2023, to Nov. 10, 2025. JPMorgan Chase Bank, Citibank, RBC Capital Markets and Truist Securities served as joint lead arrangers.
Accel Entertainment, a distributed gaming operator in the U.S., amended its existing senior secured credit facility to increase its borrowing capacity from $438 million to $900 million with a new five-year term with a syndicated group of banks. Capital One acted as the administrative agent for the facility.
Clarus Corporation amended and upsized its existing senior credit facility led by JPMorgan Chase. Under the terms of the upsized agreement, Clarus has access to an increased revolving credit facility of $100 million and an increased $125 million term loan.
Truist Securities and J.P. Morgan Chase arranged a revolving credit facility to support the acquisition of natural gas retailer Infinite Energy by Gas South, a provider of natural gas throughout the Southeast U.S.
Avis Budget Group obtained a waiver of the leverage covenant included in its existing senior credit facilities until June 30, 2021. According to a related 8K filed with SEC, J.P. Morgan Chase Bank is the administrative agent for the facilities.
J.P. Morgan Chase Bank amended the credit facility of Farmer Bros., allowing the company to increase flexibility in funding future capital improvements and execute on strategic projects.
The Toro Company agreed to acquire The Charles Machine Works, the parent company of Ditch Witch. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and J.P. Morgan Chase Bank provided committed debt financing to Toro for the transaction.
Pharmaceutical manufacturer ANI Pharmaceuticals entered an amended and restated five-year senior secured credit facility for up to $265.2 million with Citizens Bank as administrative agent and lead arranger.
On June 24, 2014, DaVita HealthCare Partners entered into a $5.5 billion senior secured credit agreement. JPMorgan Chase Bank acted as administrative agent and collateral agent, according to an SEC filing.