GE Shopping $290M First Lien for Insight Pharma

Colter, Allison Bisbey
July 2011
High Yield Report;7/25/2011, p13
The article reports on the 420 million U.S. dollar senior secured credit facility issued by GE Capital for over-the-counter drug maker Insight Pharma.


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