Genpact’s Amended and Restated $1.18 Billion of Credit Facilities

Cravath represented the borrowers and Cahill represented the lead arrangers in connection with an amended and restated $680,000,000 Term A credit facility and an amended and restated $500,000,000 revolving credit facility for Genpact International, Inc., Genpact Luxembourg S.a. r.l. and GenPact Global Holdings (Bermuda) Limited, a subsidiary of Genpact Limited – a professional services firm.

The $1.18 billion amended and restated credit facilities was provided by Wells Fargo Bank, National Association to be used for working capital and other general corporate purposes.

Genpact is a global leader in digitally-powered business process management and services.

The Cravath team included partner Stephen M. Kessing (Picture) and associates Amber Lam and Samantha B. Zager on banking matters; and associate Rory M. Minnis on tax matters. Faye C. Whiston also worked on Executive Compensation and Benefits matters.

Cahill advised Wells Fargo with a team including Josiah M. Slotnick, Alla Digilova, Christopher Dunomes and Javier Ortiz.


Involved fees earner: Josiah Slotnick – Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Alla Digilova – Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Christopher Dunomes – Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Javier Ortiz – Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Stephen Kessing – Cravath Swaine & Moore; Amber Lam – Cravath Swaine & Moore; Samantha Zager – Cravath Swaine & Moore; Rory Minnis – Cravath Swaine & Moore; Faye Whiston – Cravath Swaine & Moore;

Law Firms: Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Cravath Swaine & Moore;

Clients: Wells Fargo; Genpact Limited;



Author: Ambrogio Visconti