GE Capital Franchise Finance has completed at least four lending deals with restaurant companies in the past several months, including the largest and most recent facility — a $25 million deal with Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. The new revolving credit facility with the Baton Rouge, La.-based quick-service chain refinanced and amended a $21.6 million term loan, according to a statement Tuesday from GE Capital’s bank affiliate, GE Capital Financial Inc. Raising ...

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