We leverage our deep understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing borrowers to help them successfully execute debt financing across the capital structure – from private venture debt loans to large-cap syndicated credit facilities – while taking advantage of evolving trends and market opportunities.
Our global team advises corporations and sponsors around the world on all forms of debt financing, including domestic and cross-border financings, acquisition financings, high-yield offerings, direct lending facilities and ABL, as well as bilateral, syndicated and DIP credit facilities.
Additionally, our funds clients benefit from our vast private equity, securities and funds experience, which allows us to adeptly advise on financing needs, which include private note and mandatorily redeemable preferred stock issuances, subscription facilities and BDC credit facilities.
Magenta Buyer, LLC, as the borrower on the financing for the acquisition of certain assets from McAfee, LLC, a global leader in online protection. The financing consisted of a $2.25 billion first-lien term facility, a $125 million revolving facility and a $575 million second-lien term facility.
Masimo Corporation as borrower in obtaining credit facilities from lenders including Citibank, N.A., for the purpose of funding its acquisition of Viper Holdings Corporation and its subsidiaries. The $800 million financing consisted of a $300 million Term SOFR-based term loan facility and a $500 million revolving credit facility.
Carter’s, Inc., as borrower to amend its credit agreement to, among other things, increase its U.S. dollar senior secured revolving facilities to $750 million, bringing its total credit facility size to $850 million.
Pacific Bells, LLC, an owner of Taco Bell franchises and a portfolio company of Orangewood Partners, as borrower on the Amendment No. 2 to Credit Agreement with Citizens Bank, N.A., as administrative agent. The $565 million financing consisted of a $10 million incremental first-lien term loan and an increase of its existing revolving credit facility by $10 million, from $60 million to $70 million.
Private equity sponsor STG Partners, LLC, in its acquisition financing of certain subsidiaries of Electronics for Imaging, Inc., with Superjet Buyer, LLC, as borrower. The financing consisted of $275 million of initial term loans and $20 million of revolving credit commitments.
Kayne Anderson BDC, Inc., as borrower in obtaining credit facilities from lenders including Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation for the purpose of acquiring leveraged loans, mezzanine loans, high-yield securities, convertible securities, stock and other investments. The financing consisted of a $275 million ABL-style revolving credit facility.
Trimlite LLC, a Wynnchurch Capital, L.P. portfolio company, and certain of its related parties on the financing for the acquisition of Builders Hardware, LLC, a distributor of exterior doors, door glass and related door products serving residential and commercial end markets. The financing consisted of an amendment of Trimlite's existing term loan facility with WhiteHorse Capital Management, LLC, as administrative agent, providing for $40 million in incremental term loan commitments and a $25 million ABL facility with Bank of America, N.A. as administrative agent, which is being reported separately in this database.
Alpha Teknova, Inc., as borrower on a refinancing of its credit facility to provide ongoing working capital. The refinancing increased the $27 million credit facility (consisting of a $22 million senior secured term loan and a $5 million working capital facility) to a $57.135 million credit facility (consisting of a $52.135 million senior secured term loan and a $5 million working capital facility).
Parachute Home, Inc., a home furnishing company, as the borrower under its Amended and Restated Loan and Security Agreement. The financing consisted of a $55 million revolving loan facility.
MECA Solutions, LLC, as borrower on a dividend recapitalization pursuant to a fourth amendment to its credit agreement with BMO. The financing pursuant to this amendment consisted of a $24.5 million Term A Loan.