Technicolor hopes for loans repricing after Moody’s rating boost

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By Olivier Holmey
16 Apr 2014

France’s Technicolor is looking to cut the margins on $1.3bn-equivalent of loans to take advantage of improved market conditions and a Moody’s ratings upgrade.

The digital media and entertainment provider hosted a lender call on Tuesday to market the repricing to potential investors in Europe and the US.

The deal would see the margins on the company’s outstanding debt reduced to 400bp over benchmarks, according to data provider Dealogic. The amended debt ...

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