FLEETCOR Technologies amended its pro-rata credit facility, increasing the overall facility size from $4.01 billion to $4.5 billion and extending the maturity to a new five-year term ending in June 2027. Bank of America is the administrative agent.
Lucid Group entered into a credit agreement on June 9 with a syndicate of banks providing a secured asset-based revolving credit facility with an initial committed amount of up to $1 billion. Bank of America is the administrative agent and swingline lender.
HireRight Holdings amended and upsized its revolving credit facility, increasing the committed line under the revolving facility to $145 million. Goldman Sachs, Royal Bank of Canada and Barclays joined the syndication, which is led by Bank of America as administrative agent.
PBF Energy completed a multi-year extension of its asset-based revolving credit facility, with an aggregate commitment of $4.3 billion. Bank of America is the joint lead arranger, joint bookrunner and administrative agent for the 35-bank syndicate participating in the credit facility.
Select Energy Services transitioned its existing asset-backed loan facility into a sustainability-linked loan facility, while extending the facility through March of 2027. Wells Fargo Bank was the lead arranger for the facility.
Evoqua Water Technologies activated the sustainability-linked adjustment feature available under its $350 million revolving credit facility as part of the company’s continued commitment to integrating sustainability performance into its business strategy.
Bunge closed on the refinancing of its $1.75 billion, three-year revolving credit facility. BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole, ING Bank, Natixis and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation served as active bookrunners, mandated lead arrangers and coordinators on the transaction.
Installed Building Products closed a seven-year, $500 million term loan with RBC Capital Markets, BofA Securities and Goldman Sachs Bank. Royal Bank of Canada will serve as term administrative agent and term collateral agent for the new term loan.
Kiwetinohk Energy’s existing lenders, including Bank of Montreal, ATB Financial and National Bank of Canada, completed their semi-annual borrowing base redetermination and agreed to amend Kiwetinohk’s credit facility and increase the borrowing limit from $225 million to $315 million.
McAfee, a global provider of online protection, entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an investor group, which obtained a commitment from a JPMorgan Chase Bank-led syndicate for nearly $10 billion in debt financing to support the transaction.