Goldman Sachs served as both administrative and collateral agent on a joinder and amendment which established new $200 million first lien term loans for eyewear retailer National Vision.
Citizens Bank served as administrative agent on a $100 million revolving credit facility for Champion Home Builder and its new parent company Skyline Champion.
Brazos Midstream Holdings agreed to sell its Delaware Basin subsidiary companies to North Haven Infrastructure Partners II. Jefferies Finance and Royal Bank of Canada will provide $950 million in debt financing to support the transaction.
ABILITY Network closed a debt issuance totaling $545 million. Proceeds will be used to replace existing debt at lower rates and extended maturities, fund cash to the balance sheet for growth and pay a dividend to shareholders.
Everi, the casino gaming industry’s single source provider of gaming products and payments solutions, has successfully completed the repricing of its $820 million senior secured term loan.
Penn Virginia closed the acquisition of Eagle Ford assets from Devon Energy for $205 million in cash. Jefferies Finance was the administrative agent, collateral agent and sole lead arranger for the term loan financing to support the transaction.
SMART Global Holdings, the parent company of SMART Modular Technologies, refinanced the senior secured credit agreement of its operating group, increasing the principal amount of the term loans from $151 million to $165 million. KKR Capital Markets served as left lead arranger.
International Seaways closed on a new $500 million term loan and a $50 million revolving credit facility. Jeffries Finance and J.P. Morgan were joint lead arrangers for the term loan. Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken provided the revolver.
Installed Building Products entered into a $300 million term loan B facility and a $100 million ABL facility. Royal Bank of Canada and SunTrust Bank served as administrative agent for the facilities.
Arch Coal refinanced its senior secured term loan and increased the term loan to $300 million from $250 million. Credit Suisse served as administrative agent for the transaction.