JPMorgan acted as administrative agent for the lending group of Barclays Bank, Axos Bank, VNB New York and China CITIC on a $135 million secured revolving credit facility for Broadmark Realty Capital, a real estate finance company.
JPMorgan Chase and Blackstone Credit provided recapitalization through a combination of financing facilities for Atlas Technical Consultants, a provider of professional testing, inspection, engineering, environmental and consulting services.
JPMorgan served as leader alongside six banks on a $475 million revolving credit facility for business development company Golub Capital BDC.
JPMorgan Chase Bank, Morgan Stanley Senior Funding, Mizuho Bank and Bank of America closed a $500 million term loan for Venture Global LNG. JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley served as joint lead arrangers of the transaction.
JPMorgan Chase Bank acted as lead arranger alongside a syndicate of financial banking institutions, including Wells Fargo Bank, PNC Financial Services Group and Comerica Bank, on a $75 million revolving credit facility for InfuSystem, a national healthcare service provider.
Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JPMorgan and the Royal Bank of Canada closed a $125 million asset-based loan for Oil States, a products and services provider to the oil and natural gas, industrial and military sectors. Wells Fargo acted as administrative agent on the transaction.
JPMorgan, principal lender to Potbelly, amended the company’s existing senior secured revolving credit facility and provided a $25 million asset-based loan that matures on Jan. 31, 2023.
JPMorgan is acting as administrative agent on SWM’s amended credit agreement, which provides the company with a new $350 million term loan facility. JPMorgan, BofA Securities, Barclays Bank and Truist Securities are acting as joint bookrunners and joint lead arrangers.
Truist Securities, JPMorgan and MUFG Union Bank served as joint lead arrangers on the expansion and extension of a revolving credit facility for Sixth Street Specialty Lending.
JPMorgan Chase and a syndicate of banks arranged a five-year, $180 million term loan and a $70 million revolving credit facility to refinance existing debt for Avid, a media and entertainment technology provider.