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MCF Company Newsletter – August 6, 2020

Big News 7-Eleven—$21 Billion Acquisition

Seven & i Holdings Co., the world’s largest convenience store franchiser and parent company of Irving-based 7-Eleven, agreed Sunday to buy Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s Speedway gas-stations for $21 billion, forging ahead with a deal-fueled expansion in the U.S.

Tokyo-based Seven & i said in a statement it expects the all-cash transaction to close in the first quarter of next year.

7-Eleven operates 11,800 stores in the U.S. and Canada. Speedway stores will give 7-Eleven a bigger footprint in the Midwest and East Coast and a presence in 27 of the top 50 most populated metro areas in the U.S., 7-Eleven said in a statement. 7-Eleven’s total merchandise sales were almost $18 billion last year and Speedway’s merchandise sales were more than $6 billion. 7-Eleven’s gasoline sales last year were more than $18 billion and Speedway’s were $20.5 billion.

7-Eleven Acquisition, Refinance, Cash-Out and Take-Out Financing Terms – MCF

Max LTV: 50% to 65%. MIN DCR = 1.25 X
Amortization: 25 to 30 Years
Fixed Rate For Loans: 5, 7 or 10 Fixed = 3.00% to 4.375%
Reports: Appraisal, Environmental, ALTA Land and Building Survey.
Legal: Subject to review of transaction.
Other Misc Costs: Yes per processing and to close transaction if approved.


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