Goldman launches PhysIOL acquisition debt

Goldman Sachs has launched syndication of the acquisition financing supporting TPG and Beaver-Visitec International’s purchase of PhysIOL Group, with a €450m seven year senior secured first lien on offer.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 04 Feb 2019

Syndication on the first lien began on Monday, with the banks meeting on Wednesday in London. Goldman Sachs is left lead physical bookrunner, with Jefferies International as joint physical bookrunner, and Deutsche Bank, RBC Capital Markets, and Antares Capital as bookrunners.

The financing package also ...

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