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Natixis Arranges Infrastructure Debt Financing for FirstLight Fiber

Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking (Natixis CIB) closed a five-year senior secured infrastructure debt financing package for FirstLight Fiber, acting as coordinating lead arranger alongside BBVA, J.P. Morgan, Société Générale, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking and TD Securities.

ING, Wells Fargo, MUFG and Societe Generale Expand and Renew $700MM Credit Facility with 61C

Six One Commodities (61C) closed a $700 million expansion and renewal of its one-year revolving borrowing base credit facility. The facility includes a $300 million accordion feature, bringing total capital available to $1 billion.

ING Capital Arranges BB Energy’s Credit Facility Expansion to $600MM

BB Energy, an independent energy trading company, renewed and expanded its senior secured borrowing base credit facility in the Americas. ING Capital acted as arranger and bookrunner in the syndication and will act as administrative agent for the facility.

Bank Syndicate Provides $350MM Revolving Credit Facility to BB Energy Group

BB Energy Group Holding, a globally integrated commodities group, signed a one-year, $350 million revolving credit facility. ING Bank as documentation agent and facility agent of this new transaction.

CIT Leads Syndicate Providing $750MM Credit Facility for Origis Energy

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.

Syndicate of Lenders Close Oversubscribed $3.4B Revolving Credit Facility with Mercuria

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.

CIBC Innovation Banking Closes $47.3MM in Growth Financing for London-Based Smart

CIBC Innovation Banking closed £40 million ($47.3 million) of growth financing for London-based Smart, a retirement technology provider. Smart will use the capital to expand its market growth, accelerate the launch of strategic products and undertake acquisitions.