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Saturday, 21 October 2017

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  • South Korean women sit on a bench in the shape of the 100 dollar U.S. bank note in front of Korea Exchange Bank in Seoul.

    Loan buyers demand higher prices

    Top News | 09 October 2015

    A pricing correction in the US leveraged loan market prompted by institutional buyers demanding to be paid more in exchange for taking on increased risk has led to a quartet of borrowers withdrawing opportunistic loans in the face of inadequate appetite and forced others to pay steeper borrowing costs for acquisition and buyout-related loans.

  • Middle market investors wary of aggressive structures

    Loans | 25 September 2015

    Middle market lenders and investors are wary of aggressive terms and loosening structures even as spreads on leveraged loans to US middle market companies remain stable heading into the fourth quarter.

  • Sponsored middle-market deal flow boosted

    Loans | 18 September 2015

    Lenders providing debt for private equity buyouts of US middle-market companies are seeing an upturn in dealflow after the Labor Day holiday in what has otherwise been a disappointing year in terms of volume.

  • CIT Group logo

    CIT partners with TPG Special Situations

    Loans | 28 August 2015

    Commercial lender CIT Group Inc has announced a joint venture with funds managed by TPG Special Situations Partners (TSSP), the dedicated special situations and credit platform of global private investment firm

  • American Seafoods Group logo

    American Seafoods taps for US$800m recap loan

    Loans | 21 August 2015

    American Seafoods Group has tapped finance company Ares Capital for a US$800m first and second-lien credit facility that backs a recapitalisation of the Seattle-based fish harvesting company, in a deal that is notable for both its size and syndication strategy focused on alternative lenders.

  • loans recap american seafoods

    American Seafoods taps for US$800m recap loan

    Capital City | 21 August 2015

    American Seafoods Group has tapped finance company Ares Capital for a US$800m first and second-lien credit facility that backs a recapitalisation of the Seattle-based fish harvesting company, in a deal that is notable for both its size and syndication strategy focused on alternative lenders.

  • The Carlyle Group offices in Washington

    BDCs under pressure

    Loans | 14 August 2015

    After years of explosive growth, listed Business Development Companies are under pressure as the sector battles economic volatility and highly competitive lending dynamics. Investors are becoming more discriminating in looking for possible winners and losers, further sharpening a growing divergence in performance.

  • Antares Capital logo

    Antares’ US$13.9bn deal includes jumbo asset-backed loan

    Loans | 31 July 2015

    Antares Capital is in the market with US$13.9bn of senior secured credit facilities backing its sale to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

  • Antares Capital logo

    Antares shops US$13.9bn buyout deal

    Loans | 24 July 2015

    Antares Capital is lining up a US$13.9bn financing package that backs Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s purchase of the middle-market sponsor finance platform from General Electric Capital and raises funds for future growth.

  • Aetna sign

    Aetna bridge is second biggest this year

    Loans | 10 July 2015

    Health insurer Aetna is lining up a US$16.2bn bridge loan to fund its acquisition of smaller rival Humana, which is the first multi-billion M&A loan of the second half of 2015 and the second largest acquisition bridge loan so far this year.