IFCO launches buyout debt

Bank of America and Goldman Sachs have launched the loan backing Triton Partners and Luxinva's buyout of IFCO Systems, the Germany-based reusable plastics business of Australia’s Brambles.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 19 Mar 2019
The buyout will be financed with a $1.235bn equivalent euro term loan B which will be syndicated, a $160m privately placed dollar term loan B, and a $204m privately placed second lien term loan. Also available will be an undrawn €105m revolver and a $250m capex facility, both ...

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