ATN International completed a $300 million debt financing that includes extending and expanding its senior secured credit facilities, consisting of a five-year $170 million revolving line of credit and a six-year $130 million term loan.
Gunvor Singapore, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gunvor Group, closed a $1.035 billion sustainability-linked, syndicated revolving credit facility. The borrower has further upsized the facility by $90 million via an accordion feature, bringing the total facility amount to $1.125 billion.
First Solar entered into a five-year revolving credit and guarantee facility for $1 billion. The facility includes up to $250 million which is available for the issuance of letters of credit. JPMorgan Chase Bank acted as lead arranger and is administrative agent for the facility.
NFI Group, an independent bus and coach manufacturer, is working to complete a comprehensive refinancing plan, which will include amendments to its existing senior secured credit facilities.
MUFG Bank established the Marunouchi Climate Tech Growth Fund with Mitsubishi Corporation and Pavilion Private Equity. The fund has Marunouchi Innovation Partners as its general partner, and will invest mainly in climate-tech-related startups.
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.
HarbourView Equity Partners received a $200 million senior secured credit facility with proceeds earmarked to acquire music royalty assets and for general corporate purposes. Fifth Third Bank acted as lead arranger, sole bookrunner and administrative agent on the transaction.
Mercuria’s North American operating entities closed its $3.4 billion multi-year senior secured borrowing base credit facility. The facility was over-subscribed, enabling Mercuria to increase the size by $100 million.
Ritchie Bros. closed an amendment to its credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders to support the closing of its proposed merger with IAA. BofA Securities, RBC Capital Markets, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo Securities served as joint bookrunners for the agreement.
Phoenix Tower International amended and restated its senior credit facilities to consolidate and expand them into a single $2 billion senior secured multi facility transaction covering all of North and South America.