Ares Capital increased commitments under its revolving credit facility to approximately $4.8 billion and extended the final maturity date. The facility is led by JP Morgan, Bank of America, Truist, MUFG Bank, SMBC and Wells Fargo and includes a total of 39 lenders.
SmartRent entered into a $75 million senior secured revolving credit facility with a five-year term. Silicon Valley Bank, serving as lead arranger and administrative agent, and J.P. Morgan provided the facility.
Electrolux signed an agreement for an inaugural sustainability-linked revolving credit facility of €1 billion ($1.12 billion). The coordinating bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers for the facility are Citi and SEB.
The Children’s Place refinanced its revolving credit facility and term loan with a new lending group led by an affiliate of Wells Fargo. The new debt consists of a revolving credit facility with $350 million of availability and a $50 million term loan.
Virtus Investment Partners completed the refinancing of its existing credit agreement with a $275 million term loan and $175 million revolving credit facility. Morgan Stanley arranged the term loan as the lead arranger and bookrunner and the credit facility as lead arranger and administrative agent.
Tupperware Brands prepaid $58 million of its term loan debt from Angelo Gordon and JP Morgan. In addition, its board of directors authorized share repurchases of up to $250 million of the company’s outstanding shares of common stock.
Land’s End secured a $275 million term loan with a lending group consisting of affiliates of Fortress Investment Group, STORY3 Credit Partners and Blue Torch Capital. In addition, maximum availability under Land’s End’s ABL facility was expanded to $275 million.
Bank of America is serving as the administrative agent and lead arranger of a new $3.15 billion asset-based credit agreement for Macy’s. The agreement is part of $4.5 billion in new financing for Macy’s.
JP Morgan is serving as administrative agent on a $350 million senior credit facility in connection with the merger of Eros International and STX Entertainment.
Bank of America, JP Morgan and Truist completed an amendment to Sally Beauty’s existing secured asset-based revolving line of credit, increasing the borrowing capacity by $120 million to $620 million.