IMS trades up after allocation

A Eu550m term loan from US pharmaceutical industry intelligence provider IMS Health traded up in the secondary market after being allocated to lenders on Wednesday, said market participants.

  • 18 Feb 2010

The euro tranche, priced alongside a $1.25bn dollar loan, was priced at a margin of 375bp with a 1.75% Euribor floor and issued at 99%. It had reached 100.325% on Thursday, said one fund manager, who welcomed the deal.

The deal backs the buyout of IMS by TPG Capital ...

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