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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Leela Parker Deo' s stories

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  • The logo of Newport Corp, which recently raised a US$185m term loan A for acquisition financing

    Demand drives down pricing for MM

    Loans | 12 November 2011

    Competition among regional and commercial banks lending to middle market companies is driving borrowing costs lower, banking sources said. Favourable terms from bank lenders are even enticing some middle market borrowers to raise debt financing in the pro-rata market, instead of the typically higher-yielding institutional market.

  • Middle market sees flurry in face of wider volatility

    Loans | 15 October 2011

    Since late September, at least a half dozen middle-market LBO loans have been launched, along with a mix of refinancings, acquisition loans and a dividend recap deal. In contrast, in the broadly syndicated loan market, only two LBOs have been launched, Kinetic Concepts and Emdeon, underscori

  • KKR sees mezzanine opportunities

    Loans | 30 September 2011

    KKR Asset Management, which recently closed the more than US$1bn KKR Mezzanine Partners I fund, sees ongoing risk-aversion and market volatility driving long-term credit investment opportunities. Constraints on lending capacity among senior lenders and borrowers’ limited access to credit amid a prolonged period of global deleveraging has produced investment opportunities in the credit space, particularly for mezzanine, or junior debt.

  • Logo of US independent power producer Dynegy

    Dynegy bumps pricing as deal fails to sell

    Top News | 29 July 2011

    US independent power producer Dynegy has raised pricing and revised tranching on its US$1.7bn refinancing deal, after failing to fill the book by the July 22 commitment deadline, in order to better match investor demand for the paper. However, two separate lawsuits filed against the company before the commitment deadline still threaten to derail the deal.

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