Banks to Shop Reworked Gentiva, CITGO Deals

Kellerhals, Richard
June 2010
High Yield Report;6/14/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p25
The article reports on the return of the canceled deals previously launched by Gentiva Health Services and CITGO. Gentiva will reintroduce a revamped debt package comprised of a term loan B worth 600 million U.S. dollars, a term loan A worth 200 million U.S. dollars and a revolver worth 125 million U.S. dollars. The CITGO deal has been upgraded by BNP Paribas, RBS Securities and UBS following oversubscription.


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