SAN FRANCISCO – Twitter Inc. disclosed late Tuesday it had entered into a five-year revolving credit facility for $1 billion. The disclosure came in an amended S-1 filing, the documents for its upcoming initial public offering. Twitter said it entered the agreement this month for an unsecured credit facility that matures on Oct. 22, 2018. As of Oct. 22, no amounts were drawn under the facility, it said in the Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Morgan Stanley Senior Funding Inc. and J.P. Morgan Securities LLC are lead arrangers and bookrunners in the credit facility, and Bank of America Corp. , Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs Bank are also lenders. Affiliates of the five banks on the credit facility are also underwriters to the IPO. The micro-blogging site, which has said it plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange using the ticker "TWTR," did not disclose the planned size of the offering.
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