Rodenstock wins loan support after business turnaround

Germany’s Rodenstock has agreed €415m of bank debt, as the eyeglasses company’s financial metrics show sharp improvement following a recent strategic restructuring.

  • By Mike Turner
  • 17 Jun 2019

The new loan is divided between a €395m term loan due to mature in 2026 and a €20m revolving credit facility that matures in 2025. The facilities refinance existing debt.

JP Morgan was the sole lead arranger on the transaction. In previous iterations of the company’s bank debt, Citi, ...

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