Doughty Hanson agreed to sell TMF Group to CVC for 1.75 billion euro, ending its plans to list on the London Stock Exchange. TMF Group was advised by Goldman Sachs and HSBC and both banks are leading the debt financing that is set to launch for syndication to investors in the coming weeks, the sources said. The debt financing comprises a 900 million euro first-lien loan, a 225 million euro second-lien loan and around 150 million euro of undrawn facilities, the sources said.
LONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Banks have lined up €2.6bn of debt financing to back Refresco’s €1.6bn offer from a consortium led by French private equity firm PAI Partners, banking sources said on Wednesday. The take-over financing is split between senior and junior debt, as well as undrawn tranches, the sources said. BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan are leading the financing and other banks are set to join the deal in due course, the sources added.
Pure Gym’s major shareholder CCMP Capital Advisors has controlled the chain since 2013 and a sale comes over a year after it announced, and later cancelled, a £190m initial public offer of shares due to “challenging IPO market conditions”. Harris Williams and Jefferies are advising on a sale process and final round bids are due on November 2, following a first round in September, the sources said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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