Gilbert + Tobin (G+T) has acted for the syndicate of lenders on the A$1 billion refinancing of the Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust’s (AUHPT) senior unsecured corporate debt facilities.
The financing provides AUHPT with a flexible funding package as it continues to scale and enhance its portfolio of post development projects.
The G+T team was led by Banking + Projects partner Simon Lynch with support from lawyers Emily Rothfield and Christian Smolders. KWM acted for AUHPT and HSF for the outgoing lenders and security trustee.
On the transaction, Simon commented, “It was a privilege to work with a sophisticated syndicate of lenders in the smooth delivery of a flexible debt package to one of Australia’s most important healthcare property investors. The financing represents a landmark transaction as the Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust moves from strength to strength in developing and investing in future infrastructure”.
Gilbert + Tobin’s Banking + Projects team is recognised in the leading legal directories, including most recently being ranked at Band 1 for Banking and Finance – Acquisition Finance and Banking and Finance – Corporate Finance by Chambers Asia-Pacific 2022 and Tier 1 for Banking & Finance, Project Finance and Restructuring & Insolvency by Legal 500 2021. G+T has significant experience advising leading Australian and international financial institutions, investment banks, corporations and private equity funds. We act for lenders, borrowers, sponsors and consortia on a range of issues from high-value corporate transactions to complex restructuring projects.