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May 31, 2017

$155 Million Syndicated Credit Facility for Specialty Food Distributor

Jill P. Fraser and Jacqueline (Jack) Goslett

A specialty grocery retailer and food distribution company entered into a syndicated credit facility for the aggregate amount of $155 million. Security was taken across Canada over the borrower’s personal property. 

Aird & Berlis represented the agent and the lenders with a team that included Jill Fraser and Jacqueline Goslett.

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