Conyers advises AerCap on an amendment and upsize to its revolving debt facility to $1.1bn
Conyers Dill & Pearman has advised AerCap Holdings NV in connection with an amendment and upsize of its revolving warehouse facility, which completed on 10 May 2013, to $1.1bn, with an extension due until June 2018. The law firm advised AerCap in connection with the original facility, which was put in place in 2006.
Credit Suisse AG was lead arranger and structuring agent on the transaction. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and RBC Capital Markets acted as joint lead arrangers. Nomura and Citi acted as documentation agents, with the syndicate also including Scotiabank, BNP Paribas, ING Bank and Everbank Commercial Finance.
Conyers’ Jason Piney, from the firm’s Bermuda office, advised on the matter. Conyers worked alongside Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP representing AerCap. Vedder Price represented the lenders.
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