Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- 3i Group Plc, Europe’s largest publicly traded private-equity firm, raised 163.5 million euros ($213 million) of loans to fund the buyout of medical services supplier OneMed Group Oy, arrangers of the deal said.
The senior leveraged financing includes a six-year term loan A, a seven-year term loan B, as well as revolving credit and a facility to fund acquisitions, the lenders said today in a statement.
Nordea Bank AB, Danske Bank A/S and SEB AB arranged the debt financing to Helsinki-based OneMed, the lenders said.
CapMan Oyj, Finland’s largest-listed private-equity firm, said on Dec. 10 it agreed to sell OneMed to 3i and the company’s management. OneMed had 346 million euros of sales in 2009.
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