Refinitiv, Thomson Reuters’ Financial & Risk division, has fully launched its US$13.5bn-equivalent debt package, the largest buyout financing since the financial crisis and a major test of the leveraged finance markets on both sides of the Atlantic.
LONDON (LPC) - Refinitiv, Thomson Reuters’ Financial and Risk (F&R) division, has launched price guidance on its US$8bn-equivalent term loan B after a bank meeting on Tuesday morning.
LONDON, Sept 4 (LPC) - Refinitiv, Thomson Reuters’
Financial and Risk (F&R) division, has launched price guidance
on its US$8bn-equivalent term loan B after a bank meeting on
LONDON (LPC) - Syndication of the $13.5 billion (£10.6 billion) debt package backing Blackstone’s buyout of Thomson Reuters’ Financial and Risk (F&R) division is expected to launch in the first week of September, at the same time as a €7.3bn debt financing backing the buyout of Akzo Nobel’s speciality chemicals business, bankers close to the deal said.
LONDON, Aug 20 (LPC) - Chris Munro is moving back to New
York after becoming sole global head of leveraged finance at
Bank of America Merrill Lynch earlier this year.
LONDON (LPC) - French roofing business Imerys has set final terms on a €580m (£516.6 million) leveraged loan with a heavy discount on a newly introduced €100m second-lien loan.
LONDON (LPC) - UK-based recruitment company Alexander Mann has significantly widened the discount on its £325m buyout financing and made substantial changes to the deal's documentation to help it clear the market.
LONDON (LPC) - General Electric’s Distributed Power business is set to launch a US$2.2bn-equivalent all-loan financing backing its buyout by Advent after the summer, banking sources said on Wednesday.
LONDON (LPC) - Investors in European leveraged loans are increasingly concerned that private equity firms are making overly-aggressive adjustments to portfolio companies’ earnings to support higher debt loads.
LONDON, July 2 (LPC) - First half syndicated lending in
Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) of US$478bn was down
4% compared to the first six months of 2017, according to
Thomson Reuters LPC data, as borrowing remained steady in the
face of global economic and political uncertainties.