Kinross Gold Corporation arranged a new $1 billion term loan. The Bank of Nova Scotia, HSBC Bank Canada and RBC Capital Markets were the joint lead arrangers of the facility.
ABC Technologies entered into a fifth amended and restated credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders, including The Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) as administrative agent, amending and restating a fourth amended and restated credit agreement as amended.
Tetra Tech, a provider of consulting and engineering services in water, environment and sustainable infrastructure, established a $1 billion sustainability-linked credit facility. Bank of America led the lender group for the facility with joint lead arrangers Wells Fargo Bank, U.S. Bank and Bank of Montreal.
Black Diamond Group, a provider of space rental and workforce accommodation, renewed its $300 million revolving credit facility, extending the maturity of the facility to Oct. 31, 2026. The Bank of Nova Scotia and Bank of Montreal are co-leaders of the facility.
Maverix Metals amended its revolving credit facility and increased the amount available by $40 million to $160 million. The syndicate of banks providing the facility include National Bank of Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, The Bank of Nova Scotia and Bank of Montreal.
Colombia’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit authorized Ecopetrol to enter into an external credit loan with international banks for up to $4 billion. The lenders under the credit facility are Banco Santander, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase Bank and the Bank of Nova Scotia.
Western Forest Products transitioned its current credit facility into a $250 million sustainability-linked credit facility. Royal Bank of Canada acted as sole bookrunner, co-lead arranger, administrative agent and sustainability structuring agent for the facility.
JPMorgan and Others Expand Dominion Energy’s Credit Facilities, Introduce Sustainability-Linked Pricing
Dominion Energy completed the syndication of sustainability-linked credit facilities totaling $6.9 billion, including a $6 billion master credit facility for which JPMorgan Chase Bank, Mizuho Bank, BofA Securities, The Bank of Nova Scotia and Wells Fargo Securities acted as joint lead arrangers.
SSR Mining amended its existing undrawn revolving credit facility, increasing the facility size from $75 million to $200 million. CIBC acted as the sole lead arranger, sole bookrunner and administrative agent in connection with the amended credit facility.
Concurrent with its acquisition of CRH Medical, WELL Health Technologies entered into an amended senior secured credit arrangement with up to $300 million of available credit. JPMorgan, CIBC and HSBC Bank Canada led the syndicate of lenders providing the facility.