Carlyle gets teeth into IDH buy-out with £354.5m of loans

Private equity firm Carlyle’s buy-out of Integrated Dental Holdings (IDH) is to be financed by £354.5m of loans underwritten by Bank of Ireland, ING, Lloyds and Société Générale. Carlyle will simultaneously merge IDH with Associated Dental Practices (ADP), in partnership with Palamon Capital Partners.

  • 04 Feb 2011
The all-senior loans comprise a £104.5m term loan ‘A’, paying 450bp with a maturity of six years, and a seven year £155m term loan ‘B’, with margins of 500bp over Libor. There is also a six year acquisition line, worth £85m and a six year revolver, worth £10m, ...

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