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CoreLogic amends credit agreement

CoreLogic Inc. and CoreLogic Australia Pty Ltd. on Aug. 10 amended an April 2015 credit agreement, so that it now provides for a $1.6 billion five-year term A1 loan facility, a $200.0 million five-year term A2 loan facility and a $700.0 million five-year revolving credit facility.

The previous agreement provided for an $850.0 million five-year term loan facility and a $550.0 million five-year revolving credit facility.

The new agreement also allows an aggregate increase of up to $100.0 million in the term or revolving facility. It was previously for up to $750.0 million.

The lenders in the agreement are Bank of America NA; SunTrust Bank; U.S. Bank NA; MUFG Union Bank NA; Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd.; Bank of the West; Wells Fargo Bank NA; JPMorgan Chase Bank NA; Fifth Third Bank; BMO Harris Bank NA; Capital One NA; Citizens Bank NA; PNC Bank NA; Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.; TD Bank NA; Comerica Bank; Commonwealth Bank of Australia's New York branch; AZB Funding 5; KeyBank NA; Stifel Bank and Trust; Mizuho Bank Ltd.; Eastern Bank; Chang Hwa Commercial Bank Ltd.; Huntington National Bank; Bank of East Asia Ltd.'s New York branch; Citibank NA; City National Bank; First Commercial Bank Ltd., a Republic of China bank acting through its Los Angeles branch; Hu Nan Commercial Bank Ltd., Los Angeles branch; Taiwan Business Bank's Los Angeles branch; Taiwan Cooperative Bank Ltd., acting through its Los Angeles branch; Woodforest National Bank; Mega International Commercial Bank Co. Ltd.'s Silicon Valley branch; Mercantile Bank NA; Banco de Sabadell SA's Miami branch; Bank of Taiwan's Los Angeles branch; E. Sun Commercial Bank Ltd.; First National Bank of Omaha; State Bank of India (California); and CTBC Bank Co. Ltd.'s New York branch.