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NSO Group’s first lien term loan lenders have organized with Stroock as the company continues to canvass the market for new capital while continuing discussions with lenders about options to bolster its balance sheet, according to sources familiar with the credit. Stroock represents just under half of the holders of the $300 million L+700 bps senior secured first lien term loan B1, the €176.96 million Euribor+700 bps senior secured first lien term loan B2 (TLB2), both maturing in March
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