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Loan Syndication

​Seize an immediate market opportunity with a multi-investor, syndicated loan. The experienced team at M&T Bank can line up the investor group and arrange the entire process quickly and efficiently. 

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​​​​​​​​​Access capital and liquidity for immediate needs, scalable for future growth.

You may find your business in one of the following situations where you need a loan greater than a single bank can provide:

  • Organic growth
  • Acquisition
  • Leveraged buyout
  • Dividend recapitalization
  • Management buyout
  • Growth CapEx
  • Second-lien and last-out term loan financing
  • Private equity and financial sponsors

​Our Clients

Whether your company is a middle-market company, large corporation or a not-for-profit organization, M&T Bank’s Debt Capital Markets Group works to tailor a credit facility to help meet each client’s unique needs.

Loan Syndication Process

M&T can arrange facilities or provide underwritten commitments to ensure date certain execution for your specific situation.

  • Advising on initial market trends and dynamics
  • Developing the optimal capital structure
  • Determining the most efficient and effective distribution strategy
  • Managing the closing and ongoing administration of the facility and investor group
  • Ratings Agency Interaction

​​Experience and Specialization

Our se​​nior leadership has over 25 years of investment banking experience with strong coverage in the following sectors:

  • Private equity and financial sponsors
  • Leveraged finance
  • Commercial and Industrial lending
  • Real estate lending
  • Asset-based lending
  • Auto floor plan financing
  • Equipment leasing
  • Healthcare

​​Typical Transaction Types

Characteristics ​of syndicated lending transactions at M&T Bank include:

  • Size. Typically greater than $40,000,000
  • Maturities. From 364 days to 10 years
  • Investors. Commercial banks, non-bank financial companies, business development companies, i​​nsurance companies and other institutional investors such as CLOs, CDOs, mutual funds, etc.

​​​Working Together

We believe that client relationships begin with M&T’s Relationship Management Team, and multi-bank loan execution is no different. Your Relationship Team and the Debt Capital Markets (DCM) Group work together through every step of the process to achieve your company's goals. 

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If you would like to le​arn more about M&T Bank’s Loan Syndication capabilities, please contact John Whalen at jwhalen@mtb.com or 410-244-3849.