LONDON, Aug 14 (LPC) - Billions of euros of repayments from
Italian mobile operator Wind Tre and data company Refinitiv are
expected to support aggressive conditions in Europe's leveraged
finance markets, as investors remain under pressure to redeploy
capital despite rising political and late cycle macroeconomic
LONDON, June 28 (LPC) - Syndicated lending in Europe, the
Middle East and Africa (EMEA) of US$367bn for the first six
months of the year hit a 15-year low as borrowers continued to
avoid tapping the loan market amid global economic uncertainty,
LPC data shows.
(This story changes wording in paragraph 17 to clarify allegation in June 25 story.)
LONDON, June 17 (LPC) - Slowing investment by Japanese
financial institutions has pushed pricing on the most senior
tranches of European CLO funds to its widest point in nearly
three years as investors such as Norinchukin Bank scale back
LONDON, June 6 (LPC) - Shareholders in Sector Alarm, the
second largest alarm firm in Europe, have taken around €250m as
a dividend payout as part of a wider €590m recapitalisation,
banking sources said.
LONDON, May 28 (LPC) - Spanish telecom operator Masmovil
Group has become the first European issuer of leveraged debt to
incorporate environmental, social and governance rating, taking
advantage of the increasing popularity of responsible investing.
LONDON, April 18 (LPC) - British packaging company RPC Group
is set to launch a jumbo leveraged loan financing to
back its £3.34bn acquisition by US-based Berry Global Group Inc
, banking sources said.
LONDON, April 12 (LPC) - ION Group has launched a
US$2.21bn-equivalent leveraged loan as the firm combines three
software businesses - Openlink, TriplePoint and Wall Street
Systems - into one new entity, banking sources said.
LONDON, April 10 (LPC) - Bankers have lined up €445m of debt
financing to back an acquisition of sustainable food provider
Koninklijke Wessanen by a PAI Partners-led consortium.
LONDON, March 28 (LPC) - Syndicated lending in Europe, the
Middle East and Africa (EMEA) of US$125bn in the first three
months of 2019 is the lowest quarterly volume in nearly a
decade, as political and economic worries continue to curb
borrowers' appetite, LPC data shows.