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Loan Syndications

Access to Capital from the Financial Partner You Trust

What is your funding challenge – working capital, acquisitions, capital expenditures? When your borrowing needs exceed the capacity of a single bank, BOK Financial can partner with you and an established network of additional lenders to provide the necessary funds.

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Our Expertise

We’ll pair you with one of our experienced relationship bankers, and together, we can tailor a customized solution and structure to meet your company’s unique situation and objectives. We have the industry knowledge and services that your business needs today, along with the vision and access to capital to help you meet your future goals.

Customized Service

We take the time to assess your company and its position in your industry and learn as much as we can about your goals, opportunities and challenges. Through a hands-on approach, our team of experts can provide a customized loan proposal to ensure your business needs are met.

Access to Capital

Our deep experience and history of arranging and leading multi-bank credit facilities enables us to raise substantial capital to support your next move. We’ve successfully executed and closed hundreds of financings, ranging up to $750+ million. By carefully assessing the market and evaluating comparable transactions, we’ll ensure that your proposed facility delivers the optimal structure, pricing and fees.

Streamlined Execution

Our seasoned professionals will work closely with you and the participant Lenders up to and through the closing process. We’ll facilitate the flow of information during the Syndication phase, as well as the continued distribution of financial reporting and compliance information post-Closing. Our agency services group will ensure that loans are properly funded, and that principal, interest and fees are correctly allocated to Participants.

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