Global Net Lease (GNL) and a consortium of banks have provided an indicative commitment to KeyBank to provide funding for a $500 million expansion of GNL’s credit facility to facilitate the proposed merger with The Necessity Retail REIT and the simultaneous internalization of management.
Great Rock Capital upsized its leverage facility with KeyBank. The leverage facility agented by KeyBank provides more than $450 million of capital and includes the recent additions of new lending partners First Citizens Bank, Regions Bank and Synovus Financial.
Physicians Realty Trust closed on a $400 million term loan that will mature in May 2028. A total of seven lenders are participating in the term loan. KeyBank is acting as the administrative agent and a lender.
U.S. Silica Holdings, an industrial minerals company, entered into a fourth amended and restated credit agreement of $1.1 billion. BNP Paribas Securities, MUFG Bank., TCBI Securities and KeyBank arranged the transaction, with BNP Paribas serving as administrative agent.
Origis Energy closed an upsizing amendment to its development finance facility, doubling capacity to $750 million. With enhanced flexibility and increased capacity, the credit facility will support further expansion of its solar and energy storage project pipeline.
KeyBank, has amended Ramaco Resources’ existing revolving credit agreement to increase the overall commitments under the facility to $125 million.
International Money Express (Intermex) entered into a first amendment agreement to its amended and restated credit agreement, dated as of June 24, 2021, with KeyBank as administrative agent, and the other lenders from time to time party to the credit agreement.
Modiv, a real estate investment trust, exercised the accordion feature of its credit facility, increasing the credit facility to $400 million. The expanded credit facility now includes an updated accordion feature of up to $750 million. KeyBank is the administrative agent for the facility.
Radiant Logistics secured a $200 million syndicated secured revolving credit facility to replace its existing $150 million revolving facility. Concurrent with entering into new secured facility, the company also amended the term loans held by its Canadian lender, Fiera Private Debt Funds IV and V.
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.