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SocGen Agents $25MM Increase in Victoria Gold Corp.’s Credit Facility

May 28, 2019, 08:40 AM
Filed Under: Mining
Related: Societe Generale

Victoria Gold Corp. has increased its senior secured credit facility to $100 million from $75 million while decreasing the subordinated secured credit facility to $75 million from $100 million. The quantum of the combined credit facilities remains unchanged at $175 million.

The subordinated secured credit facility will continue to be held by Orion Mine Finance, while the senior secured credit facility will be held by Societe Generale, Macquarie Bank Ltd. and Caterpillar Financial Services Limited. SocGen will act as Administrative Agent for the senior secured credit facility.

As of the date hereof, the Company has drawn the entire US$75 million subordinated secured credit facility and has drawn US$65 million of the US$100 million senior secured credit facility.

Separately, the Company continues to have a master lease agreement with respect to a US$50 million equipment financing facility with Cat Financial which has been substantially drawn.

"We have moved a portion of the subordinate facility over to the senior facility as there was strong demand from internationally distinguished lenders when Orion offered to syndicate the senior facility. On a combined basis, Victoria will pay a slightly lower interest rate,” stated John McConnell, President & CEO. “Victoria enjoys a very positive relationship with our funding colleagues including Orion, Cat Financial and Osisko Gold Royalties. We now welcome well respected mining financiers SocGen and Macquarie as our newest funding partners.”

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