Summary List PlacementMedline Industries' record-breaking buyout by a trio of private investors earlier this month has investment bankers sharpening their pencils. The healthcare supplier's near $34 billion sale to Blackstone, Carlyle, and Hellman & Friedman will feature roughly $17 billion in debt financing, and the rest in equity, sources familiar with the sale told Insider. Bankers are expected to spread the debt among the high-yield bond and leveraged loan markets, and may also tap multiple currencies such as dollars and euros to support the acquisition.
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