Resort company Las Vegas Sands increased its term loan by $1.35 billion. The Bank of Nova Scotia acted as administrative agent and collateral agent on the transaction.
DBS Bank served as agent, as well as a mandated lead arranger, on an amendment and restatement to a credit facility for Marina Bay Sands (MBS), a subsidiary of Las Vegas Sands.
Las Vegas Sands refinanced its credit agreement with The Bank of Nova Scotia as administrative agent by continuing or replacing existing term loans in an aggregate amount of just over $2.18 billion.
Las Vegas Sands amended its existing credit agreement with The Bank of Nova Scotia as administrative agent and collateral agent providing $2.19 billion in refinancing term loans.