Buyout Financing

APCO Pulls $210M Loan

APCO Holdings, a vehicle service contract and warranties provider through auto dealerships, has postponed a $210 million loans proposal until later this month

Price Talk Set for MedAssets’ $1.73B Loans Offer

Price talk emerged Wednesday for the $1.73 billion first- and second-lien loans proposal by MedAssets, a software firm serving the healthcare industry.

Petco Plans $2.5B Loan, $750M Bonds for Buyout

The company will use the debt to back its $4.6 billion buyout by CVC Capital Partners and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).

Acadia Lands $1.35B in M&A Loan Commitments

Acadia Healthcare Group, an inpatient behavioral health care services company in the U.S. and Europe, has received debt financing commitments totaling $1.35 billion for its planned acquisition of UK behavioral health firm Priory Group.

Pinnacle Foods Launching M&A Loan

Pinnacle Foods is launching a loans proposal Wednesday that could be as much as $900 million, providing capital for its previously announced acquisition of Boulder Brands

MedAssets Sets Talks on $1.73B Loans Offering

MedAssets, a management and financial software solutions firm for the healthcare industry, plans a Wednesday meeting with bankers to discuss the launch of a $1.73 billion loans proposal.

Edelman Prices $260M Buyout Loans Package

Edelman Finance Center LLC priced its $260 million buyout loans proposal Wednesday, with a final price of Libor plus 550 bps that went wide of initial price talk. g

Newell Rubbermaid: No Downgrade in Jarden Deal

Newell Rubbermaid says it intends to maintain its investment-grade rating if it completes its plans to acquire another global consumer-products umbrella company, Jarden Corp., in a $15 billion transaction.

Micron Plans $2.5B in New Debt for Inotera Deal

Micron Technology is planning on adding $2.5 billion in new debt to acquire the remaining 67% shares of Inotera Memories, a Taiwanese chipmaker that supports Micron’s signature after-market and OEM computer memory business.

Premiere Global Revises Loan Proposal to $600M

Premiere Global has shifted the size of its recent buyout loans proposal to $600 million, after dropping a second-lien proposal that for the most part was replaced by additional equity from new private equity sponsor Siris Capital Group.