Vion markets $1.2bn LBO loan in London, NY

Darling International, the US food products firm, was due to hold a bank meeting with potential investors in New York on December 5, to market a new $1.2bn transatlantic loan package to finance its acquisition of Dutch firm Vion Ingredients.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 06 Dec 2013
Darling set price guidance at a bank meeting in London on Wednesday. The deal consists of a seven year term loan ‘B’ evenly split between dollars and euros. The dollars are being guided at 250bp to 275bp over Libor, with a 0.75% Libor floor and original issue discount ...

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