Amcor has successfully secured a $1.2 billion self-arranged multi-currency facility from mandated lead arrangers BNP Paribas, J.P. Morgan, National Australia Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and Westpac.
The debt package comprises a $375 million three-year term loan and a $400 million five-year term loan as well as a $425 million three-year revolver.
Among the mandated lead arrangers J.P. Morgan committed $140 million, while Westpac and BNP Paribas took $105 million and $90 million respectively. National Australia Bank and Standard Chartered Bank each provided $75 million. Other lenders joining at lower tiers include Bank of America who offered $245 million. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Bank and UBS came in with $140 million tickets apiece...