Loan and Security Agreement, dated as of July 23, 2021, among ServiceSource International, Inc. and ServiceSource Delaware, Inc., as Borrowers, and Bank of America, N.A., as Lender
LOAN AND SECURITY AGREEMENT
Dated as of July 23, 2021
SERVICESOURCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
SERVICESOURCE DELAWARE, INC.,
CERTAIN PARTIES JOINED HERETO FROM TIME TO TIME,
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
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LOAN AND SECURITY AGREEMENT
THIS LOAN AND SECURITY AGREEMENT is dated as of July 23, 2021, by and among SERVICESOURCE INTERNATIONAL, INC., a Delaware corporation (“ServiceSource International”), SERVICESOURCE DELAWARE, INC., a Delaware corporation (“ServiceSource Delaware”; and together with ServiceSource International and any other entity joined hereto from time to time as a Borrower, each, a “Borrower” and collectively, the “Borrowers”), and BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., a national banking association (including any Lending Office, “Lender”).
R E C I T A L S:
WHEREAS, Borrowers have requested that Lender provide a credit facility to Borrowers to finance their mutual and collective business enterprise.
WHEREAS, Lender is willing to provide the credit facility on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, for valuable consideration hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:
Account Debtor Approved Countries: the following countries: (a) Australia, (b) any member state of the European Union as of April 30, 2004, (d) New Zealand, (e) the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, (f) Switzerland, (g) Norway, (h) Singapore, (i) Hong Kong, in each case, together with any state or province or territory thereof (as applicable); provided, that Lender may, as a condition to such jurisdiction remaining an Account Debtor Approved Country, require that Borrowers provide local law security documentation in respect of Accounts of Account Debtors organized outside of the jurisdiction of organization of the applicable Borrower to ensure that the Lender has a duly perfected and enforceable Lien under the applicable law of such jurisdiction.
Accounts Formula Amount: the sum of:
(a)the Investment Grade Accounts Formula Amount; plus,
(b)the Non-Investment Grade Formula Amount; plus,
(c)the Unbilled Accounts Formula Amount;
provided, that the aggregate amount of Accounts owed by Account Debtors located in Account Debtor Approved Countries included in the calculation of clauses (a) and (b) shall not exceed $3,000,000.
Acquisition: a transaction or series of transactions resulting in (a) acquisition of a business, division or substantially all assets of a Person; (b) record or beneficial ownership of 50% or more of the Equity Interests of a Person; or (c) merger, consolidation or combination of a Borrower or Subsidiary with another Person.
Affiliate: with respect to a specified Person, any other Person that directly, or indirectly through intermediaries, Controls, is Controlled by or is under common Control with the specified Person.
Allocable Amount: as defined in Section 5.8.3.
Anti-Corruption Law: any law relating to bribery or corruption, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, UK Bribery Act 2010 and Patriot Act.
Anti-Terrorism Law: any law relating to terrorism or money laundering, including the Patriot Act.
Applicable Law: all laws, rules, regulations and governmental guidelines applicable to the Person or matter in question, including statutory law, common law and equitable principles, as well as provisions of constitutions, treaties, statutes, rules, regulations, orders and decrees of Governmental Authorities.
Applicable Margin: for the period:
(a) commencing on the Closing Date until the first day of the month after the Availability Block Termination Date, the margin set forth below, as determined by the average daily Availability for the last Fiscal Quarter:
Average Daily Availability
> 50% of the Commitment
> 20% of the Commitment
< 50% of the Commitment
< 20% of the Commitment
(b) commencing on the first day of the month after the Availability Block Termination Date and at all times thereafter, the margin set forth below, as determined by the average daily Availability for the last Fiscal Quarter:
Average Daily Availability
> 50% of the Commitment
> 20% of the Commitment
< 50% of the Commitment
< 20% of the Commitment
(c) Notwithstanding the above, until February 28, 2022, margins shall be determined as if Level II in clause (a) were applicable. Thereafter, the margins shall be adjusted by Lender on the first day of the calendar month following each Fiscal Quarter end as set forth in clause (a) and clause (b), as applicable. If Lender is unable to calculate average daily Availability for a Fiscal Quarter due to Borrowers’ failure to deliver any Borrowing Base Report when required hereunder, then, at the option of Lender, the margins set forth in clause (a) and clause (b), as applicable, shall be determined as if the Level III were applicable until the first day of the calendar month following its receipt.
Availability: the Borrowing Base minus Revolver Usage.
Availability Block: (i) commencing on the Closing Date through the Availability Block Termination Date, the greater of 10% of the Commitment and $3,500,000 and (ii) $0 thereafter.
Availability Block Termination Date: the date on which the following conditions have been satisfied, each in form and substance satisfactory to the Lender:
(a) no Default or Event of Default has occurred and is continuing as of the date;
(b) Borrower Agent’s written request to reduce the Availability Block to $0; and
(c) Lender’s receipt and satisfactory review of the financial statements required to be delivered in accordance with Section 10.1.2, demonstrating that the Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio is at least 1.10 to 1.00 for the immediately preceding two (2) Fiscal Quarters ending on the date of such financial statements, calculated on a trailing twelve-month basis.
Availability Reserve: the sum (without duplication) of (a) Reserved; (b) the Rent and Charges Reserve; (c) the Bank Product Reserve; (d) liabilities secured by Liens (other than Permitted Liens) upon Collateral that are or may be senior to Lender’s Liens (but imposition of any such reserve shall not waive an Event of Default arising therefrom); (e) the Availability Block; (f) the Dilution Reserve; and (g) additional reserves, in such amounts and with respect to such matters, as Lender in its Permitted Discretion may elect to impose from time to time.
Bank Product: any of the following products or services extended to an Obligor or Affiliate of an Obligor by Lender or any of its Affiliates: (a) Cash Management Services; (b) Swaps; (c) commercial credit card and merchant card services; and (d) supply chain finance, credit insurance, equipment leases and other banking products or services, other than Letters of Credit.
Bank Product Debt: Debt, obligations and other liabilities of an Obligor or Affiliate of an Obligor with respect to Bank Products.
Bank Product Reserve: the aggregate amount of reserves established by Lender from time to time in its Permitted Discretion with respect to Bank Product Debt, not to exceed the aggregate amount of Bank Product Debt.
Bankruptcy Code: Title 11 of the United States Code.
Base Rate: for any day, a per annum rate equal to the greater of (a) the Prime Rate for such day; (b) the Federal Funds Rate for such day, plus 0.50%; or (c) the BSBY Rate for a one month interest period as of such day, plus 1.00%; provided, that in no event shall the Base Rate be less than zero (0).
Base Rate Loan: any Loan that bears interest based on the Base Rate.
Beneficial Ownership Certification: a certification regarding beneficial ownership as required by the Beneficial Ownership Regulation, in form and substance satisfactory to Lender.
Beneficial Ownership Regulation: 31 C.F.R. §1010.230.
Benefit Plan: any (a) employee benefit plan (as defined in ERISA) subject to Title I of ERISA, (b) plan (as defined in and subject to Section 4975 of the Code), or (c) Person whose assets include (for purposes of ERISA Section 3(42) or otherwise for purposes of Title I of ERISA or Section 4975 of the Code) the assets of any such employee benefit plan or plan.
Bloomberg: Bloomberg Index Services Limited.
Borrowed Money: with respect to any Obligor, without duplication, its (a) Debt that (i) arises from the lending of money by any Person to such Obligor, (ii) is evidenced by notes, drafts, bonds, debentures, credit documents or similar instruments, (iii) accrues interest or is a type upon which interest charges are customarily paid (excluding trade payables owing in the Ordinary Course of Business), or (iv) was issued or assumed as full or partial payment for Property; (b) Finance Leases; (c) letter of credit reimbursement obligations; and (d) guaranties of any of the foregoing owing by another Person.
Borrower Agent: as defined in Section 4.3.
Borrower Materials: Borrowing Base Reports, Compliance Certificates, Notices of Borrowing, Notices of Conversion/Continuation, and other information, reports, financial statements and materials delivered by Obligors under the Loan Documents.
Borrowing: Loans made or converted together on the same day, with the same interest option and, if applicable, Interest Period.
Borrowing Base: on any date of determination, an amount equal to the lesser of (a) the Commitment, minus the Availability Block; or (b) the sum of the Accounts Formula Amount, minus the Availability Reserve.
Borrowing Base Report: a report of the Borrowing Base, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lender.
BSBY Rate: (a) for any Interest Period for a BSBY Loan, a per annum rate equal to the BSBY Screen Rate two Business Days prior to such Interest Period, with a term equivalent to such period (or if such rate is not published on such determination date, the applicable BSBY Screen Rate on the Business Day immediately preceding such date); and (b) for any interest calculation relating to a Base Rate Loan on any day, a per annum rate equal to the BSBY Screen Rate with a term of one month commencing that day; provided, that in no event shall the BSBY Rate be less than zero (0).
BSBY Loan: a Loan that bears interest based on BSBY Rate.
BSBY Screen Rate: the Bloomberg Short-Term Bank Yield Index rate administered by Bloomberg and published on the applicable Reuters screen page (or such other commercially available source providing such quotations as may be designated by Lender from time to time).
Business Day: any day except a Saturday, Sunday or other day on which commercial banks are authorized to close under the laws of, or are in fact closed in, North Carolina or New York City.
Capital Expenditures: all liabilities incurred or expenditures made by a Borrower or Subsidiary for the acquisition of fixed assets, or any improvements, replacements, substitutions or additions thereto with a useful life of more than one year.
Cash Burn: determined on a consolidated basis for Borrowers and its Subsidiaries, for any period, the sum of (a) EBITDA minus (b) the sum of (i) Capital Expenditures (except those financed with Borrowed Money other than Loans), (ii) taxes paid in cash, (iii) cash interest expense, (iv) principal payments made on Borrowed Money (other than Loans) and (v) Distributions paid in cash to a Person other than Obligor.
Cash Collateral: cash delivered to Lender to Cash Collateralize any Obligations, and all interest, dividends, earnings and other proceeds relating thereto.
Cash Collateralize: the delivery of cash to Lender, as security for the payment of Obligations, in an amount equal to (a) 105% of LC Obligations, and (b) with respect to any inchoate, contingent or other Obligations (including fees, expenses, indemnification obligations and Obligations under Bank Products), Lender’s good faith estimate of the amount due or to become due. “Cash Collateralization” has a correlative meaning.
Cash Equivalents: (a) marketable obligations issued or unconditionally guaranteed by, and backed by the full faith and credit of, the U.S. government, maturing within 12 months of the date of acquisition; (b) certificates of deposit, time deposits and bankers’ acceptances maturing within 12 months of the date of acquisition, and overnight bank deposits, in each case which are issued by Lender or a commercial bank organized under the laws of the United States or any state or district thereof, rated A-1 (or better) by S&P or P-1 (or better) by Moody’s at the time of acquisition, and (unless issued by Lender) not subject to offset rights; (c) repurchase obligations with a term of not more than 30 days for underlying investments of the types described in clauses (a) and (b) entered into with any bank described in clause (b); (d) commercial paper issued by Lender or rated A-1 (or better) by S&P or P-1 (or better) by Moody’s, and maturing within nine months of the date of acquisition; and (e) shares of any money market fund that has substantially all of its assets invested continuously in the types of investments referred to above, has net assets of at least $500,000,000 and has the highest rating obtainable from either Moody’s or S&P.
Cash Management Services: services relating to operating, collections, payroll, trust, or other depository or disbursement accounts, including automated clearinghouse, e-payable, electronic funds transfer, wire transfer, controlled disbursement, overdraft, depository, information reporting, blocked account, lockbox and stop payment services.
CERCLA: the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. §9601 et seq.).
Change in Law: the occurrence, after the date hereof, of (a) the adoption, taking effect or phasing in of any law, rule, regulation or treaty; (b) any change in any law, rule, regulation or treaty or in the administration, interpretation or application thereof; or (c) the making, issuance or application of any request, guideline, requirement or directive (whether or not having the force of law) by any Governmental Authority; provided, that “Change in Law” shall include, regardless of the date enacted, adopted or issued, all requests, rules, guidelines, requirements or directives (i) under or relating to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, or (ii) promulgated pursuant to Basel III by the Bank for International Settlements, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (or any similar authority) or any other Governmental Authority.
Change of Control:
(a) any “person” or “group” (as such terms are used in Sections 13(d) and 14(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, but excluding any employee benefit plan of such person or its subsidiaries, and any person or entity acting in its capacity as trustee, agent or other fiduciary or administrator of any such plan) becomes the “beneficial owner” (as defined in Rules 13d-3 and 13d-5 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, except that a person or group shall be deemed to have “beneficial ownership” of all securities that such person or group has the right to acquire, whether such right is exercisable immediately or only after the passage of time (such right, an “option right”)), directly or indirectly, of fifty percent (50)% or more of the Equity Interests of ServiceSource International entitled to vote for members of the board of directors or equivalent governing body of the ServiceSource International on a fully-diluted basis (and taking into account all such securities that such “person” or “group” has the right to acquire pursuant to any option right);
(b) ServiceSource International fails to own and control 100% of the Equity Interests of its Subsidiaries, except pursuant to a disposition of such Equity Interests that is a Permitted Asset Disposition; or
(c) during any period of twelve (12) consecutive months, a majority of the members of the board of directors or other equivalent governing body of ServiceSource International cease to be composed of individuals (i) who were members of that board or equivalent governing body on the first day of such period, (ii) whose election or nomination to that board or equivalent governing body was approved by individuals referred to in clause (i) above constituting at the time of such election or nomination at least a majority of that board or equivalent governing body or (iii) whose election or nomination to that board or other equivalent governing body was approved by individuals referred to in clauses (i) and (ii) above constituting at the time of such election or nomination at least a majority of that board or equivalent governing body.
Claims: all claims, liabilities, obligations, losses, damages, penalties, judgments, proceedings, interest, costs and expenses of any kind (including remedial response costs, reasonable attorneys’ fees and Extraordinary Expenses) at any time (including after Full Payment of the Obligations) incurred by any Indemnitee or asserted against any Indemnitee by any Obligor or other Person, in any way relating to any (a) Loans, Letters of Credit, Loan Documents, or the use thereof or transactions relating thereto, other than a breach or violation of a Loan Document by such Indemnitee, (b) action taken or omitted in connection with any Loan Documents, unless such action or omission constitutes a breach or violation of such Loan Document by such Indemnitee, (c) existence or perfection of any Liens, or realization on any Collateral, (d) exercise of any rights or remedies under any Loan Documents or Applicable Law, (e) failure by any Obligor to perform or observe any terms of any Loan Document, or (f) Lender’s reliance on any Communication executed using an Electronic Signature or in the form
of an Electronic Record, in each case including all costs and expenses relating to any investigation, litigation, arbitration or other proceeding (including an Insolvency Proceeding or appellate proceedings), whether or not the applicable Indemnitee is a party thereto.
Closing Date: as defined in Section 6.1.
Code: the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
Collateral: all Property described in Section 7.1 after giving effect to Section 7.7, all Property described in any Security Documents as security for any Obligations, and all other Property that now or hereafter secures (or is intended to secure) any Obligations.
Commitment: Lender’s obligation to make Loans and to issue Letters of Credit in an aggregate amount up to $35,000,000.
Commodity Exchange Act: the Commodity Exchange Act (7 U.S.C. §1 et seq.).
Compliance Certificate: a certificate, in form and substance satisfactory to Lender, by which Borrowers certify compliance with Section 10.3 of the then applicable financial covenant, with reasonably detailed calculation, regardless of the existence of a Financial Covenant Trigger Period.
Communication: any notice, request, election, representation, certificate, report, disclosure, statement, authorization, approval, consent, waiver, document, amendment or transmittal of information of any kind in connection with a Loan Document, including any Borrower Materials or Modification of a Loan Document.
Conforming Changes: with respect to use, administration of or conventions associated with BSBY Rate or any proposed Successor Rate, as applicable, any conforming changes to the definition of Base Rate, BSBY Rate, Interest Period, timing and frequency of determining rates and making payments of interest and other technical, administrative or operational matters (including, for the avoidance of doubt, the definition of Business Day, timing of borrowing requests or prepayment, conversion or continuation notices, and length of lookback periods) as may be appropriate, in Lender’s discretion, to reflect the adoption and implementation of such applicable rate, and to permit the administration thereof by Lender in a manner substantially consistent with market practice (or, if Lender determines that adoption of any portion of such market practice is not administratively feasible or that no market practice for the administration of such rate exists, in such other manner of administration as Lender determines is reasonably necessary in connection with the administration of any Loan Document).
Connection Income Taxes: Other Connection Taxes that are imposed on or measured by net income (however denominated), or are franchise or branch profits Taxes.
Contingent Obligation: any obligation of a Person arising from a guaranty, indemnity or other assurance of payment or performance of any Debt, lease, dividend or other obligation (“primary obligation”) of another obligor (“primary obligor”) in any manner, whether directly or indirectly, including any obligation of such Person under any (a) guaranty, endorsement, co-making or sale with recourse of an obligation of a primary obligor; (b) obligation to make take-or-pay or similar payments regardless of nonperformance by any other party to an agreement; or (c) arrangement (i) to purchase any primary obligation or security therefor, (ii) to supply funds for the purchase or payment of any
primary obligation, (iii) to maintain or assure working capital, equity capital, net worth or solvency of the primary obligor, (iv) to purchase Property or services for the purpose of assuring the ability of the primary obligor to perform a primary obligation, or (v) otherwise to assure or hold harmless the holder of any primary obligation against loss in respect thereof. The amount of any Contingent Obligation shall be deemed to be the stated or determinable amount of the primary obligation (or, if less, the maximum amount for which such Person may be liable under the instrument evidencing the Contingent Obligation) or, if not stated or determinable, the maximum reasonably anticipated liability with respect thereto.
Control: possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause direction of a Person’s management or policies, whether through the ability to exercise voting power, by contract or otherwise.
Covered Entity: (a) a “covered entity,” as defined and interpreted in accordance with 12 C.F.R. §252.82(b); (b) a “covered bank,” as defined in and interpreted in accordance with 12 C.F.R. §47.3(b); or (c) a “covered FSI,” as defined in and interpreted in accordance with 12 C.F.R. §382.2(b).
Daily Simple SOFR: with respect to any applicable determination date, the secured overnight financing rate published on such date by FRBNY, as administrator of the benchmark (or a successor administrator), on FRBNY’s website (or any successor source satisfactory to Lender).
Debt: as applied to any Person, without duplication, (a) all items that would be included as liabilities on a balance sheet in accordance with GAAP, excluding trade payables incurred and being paid in the Ordinary Course of Business, but including Finance Leases; (b) all Contingent Obligations; (c) all reimbursement obligations in connection with letters of credit issued for the account of such Person; and (d) in the case of a Borrower, the Obligations. The Debt of a Person shall include any recourse Debt of any partnership in which such Person is a general partner or joint venturer.
Default: an event or condition that, with the lapse of time or giving of notice, would constitute an Event of Default.
Default Rate: for any Obligation (including, to the extent permitted by law, interest not paid when due), 2.00% plus the interest rate or fee otherwise applicable thereto.
Deposit Account Control Agreement: control agreement satisfactory to Lender executed by an institution maintaining a Deposit Account for an Obligor, to perfect Lender’s Lien on such account.
Dilution Percent: the percent, determined for Borrowers’ most recent Fiscal Quarter, equal to (a) bad debt write-downs or write-offs, discounts, returns, promotions, credits, credit memos and other dilutive items with respect to Accounts, divided by (b) gross sales.
Dilution Reserve: a reserve equal to 1.00% of the Value of Eligible Accounts for each percentage point (or portion thereof) that the Dilution Percent exceeds 5.00%.
Disposition: the sale, transfer, license, lease, consignment, transfer or other disposition (in one transaction, a series of transactions or otherwise) of property of a Person, including a sale-leaseback transaction, synthetic lease, issuance of Equity Interests by a subsidiary, Division, or sale, assignment, transfer or other disposal, with or without recourse, of any notes, accounts receivable or related rights.
Distribution: any declaration or payment of a distribution, interest or dividend on any Equity Interest (other than payment-in-kind); distribution, advance or repayment of Debt to a holder of Equity Interests; or purchase, redemption, or other acquisition or retirement for value of any Equity Interest.
Division: the division of assets, liabilities and/or obligations of a Person among two or more Persons (whether pursuant to a “plan of division” or similar arrangement), which may or may not include the original dividing Person and pursuant to which the original dividing Person may or may not survive.
Dollars: lawful money of the United States.
Domestic Subsidiary: a Subsidiary organized under the laws of a jurisdiction located in the United States.
Dominion Account: a special account established by Borrowers at Lender or a bank acceptable to Lender, over which Lender has exclusive control for withdrawal purposes.
Due Diligence Trigger Period: the period (a) commencing on any day that (i) an Event of Default occurs, or (ii) Availability is less than the greater of (x) $4,500,000 or (y) 15% of the Borrowing Base; and (b) continuing until, during each of the preceding 45 consecutive days, no Event of Default has existed and Availability has been more than the greater of $4,500,000 and 15% of the Borrowing Base.
EBITDA: for any period, with respect to the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis, the sum of (a) Net Income (or loss) for such period excluding extraordinary gains and losses, plus (b) without duplication and to the extent deducted in determining Net Income for such period, the sum of (i) Interest Expense for such period, (ii) income tax expense for such period for federal, state and local taxes, (iii) all amounts attributable to depreciation and amortization expense for such period, (iv) any extraordinary charges for such period, (v) non-cash stock-based compensation expense, (vi) any non-recurring expenses related to restructuring for such period (in an aggregate amount not to exceed $2,000,000 for the twelve month period ending December 31, 2021) (but excluding any non-cash charge in respect of an item that was included in Net Income in a prior period), (vii) any non-recurring and non-cash charges and adjustments, (viii) expenses incurred in connection with the negotiation and closing of this Agreement and the transactions contemplated thereby, and (ix) other expenses in the Permitted Discretion of Lender, all calculated for the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis.
Electronic Copy: as defined in Section 12.8.
Electronic Record and Electronic Signature: as defined in 15 U.S.C. §7006.
Eligible Account: an Account owing to a Borrower that arises in the Ordinary Course of Business from the sale of goods or rendition of services, is payable in Dollars and is deemed by Lender, in its Permitted Discretion, to be an Eligible Account. Without limiting the foregoing, no Account shall be an Eligible Account if:
(a)it is unpaid for more than 60 days after the original due date or more than 90 days after the original invoice date;
(b)50% or more of the Accounts owing by the Account Debtor are not Eligible Accounts under the foregoing clause;
(c)with respect to: (i) Accounts owed by Dell Inc. and its Affiliates (other than VMWare, Inc.), when aggregated with other Accounts owing by such Account Debtor and its Affiliates, it exceeds 40% of the aggregate Eligible Accounts (or such higher percentage as Lender may establish for Dell Inc. and its Affiliates (other than VMWare, Inc.) if Dell Inc. does not meet the rating criteria in the definition of “Investment Grade Eligible Accounts” by February 2022) and (ii) Accounts owed by all other Account Debtors and their Affiliates, when aggregated with other Accounts owing by such Account Debtor and its Affiliates, it exceeds 20% of the aggregate Eligible Accounts (or such higher percentage as Lender may establish for the Account Debtor from time to time);
(d)it does not conform with a covenant or representation herein applicable to Eligible Accounts;
(e)it is owing by a creditor or supplier, or is otherwise subject to a potential offset, counterclaim, dispute, deduction, discount, recoupment, reserve, defense, chargeback, credit or allowance (but ineligibility shall be limited to the amount thereof);
(f)an Insolvency Proceeding has been commenced by or against the Account Debtor; or the Account Debtor has failed, has suspended or ceased doing business, is liquidating, dissolving or winding up its affairs, is not Solvent, or is the target of any Sanction or on any specially designated nationals list maintained by OFAC; or the Borrower is not able to bring suit or enforce remedies against the Account Debtor through judicial process;
(g)the Account Debtor is organized or has its principal offices or assets outside of the United States, Canada, or an Account Debtor Approved Country, unless the Account is supported by a letter of credit (delivered to and directly drawable by Lender) or credit insurance satisfactory in all respects to Lender;
(h)it is owing by a Governmental Authority, unless the Account Debtor is the United States or any department, agency or instrumentality thereof and the Account has been assigned to Lender in compliance with the federal Assignment of Claims Act;
(i)it is not subject to a duly perfected, first priority Lien in favor of Lender, or is subject to any other Lien;
(j)the goods giving rise to it have not been delivered to the Account Debtor, the services giving rise to it have not been accepted by the Account Debtor, or it otherwise does not represent a final sale;
(k)it is evidenced by Chattel Paper or an Instrument of any kind, or has been reduced to judgment;
(l)its payment has been extended or the Account Debtor has made a partial payment;
(m)it arises from a sale to an Affiliate, from a sale on a cash-on-delivery, bill-and-hold, sale or return, sale on approval, consignment, or other repurchase or return basis, or from a sale for personal, family or household purposes;
(n)it represents a progress billing or retainage, or relates to services for which a performance, surety or completion bond or similar assurance has been issued; or
(o)it includes a billing for interest, fees or late charges, but ineligibility shall be limited to the extent thereof.
In calculating delinquent portions of Accounts under clauses (a) and (b), credit balances more than 60 days after the original due date and more than 90 days after the original invoice date will be excluded.
Eligible Unbilled Accounts: accrued but unbilled Accounts of a Borrower which once billed will become an Eligible Account; provided, that an Account shall cease to be an Eligible Unbilled Account upon the earlier of (a) the date such Account is invoiced and billed to the applicable Account Debtor and (b) 30 days after the last day of the calendar month in which the sale or service has been performed.
Enforcement Action: any action to enforce any Obligations or Loan Documents or to realize upon any Collateral, whether by judicial action, self-help, notification of Account Debtors, setoff or recoupment, credit bid, deed in lieu of foreclosure, action in an Insolvency Proceeding or otherwise.
Environmental Laws: Applicable Laws (including programs, permits and guidance promulgated by regulators) relating to public health (other than occupational safety and health regulated by OSHA) or the protection or pollution of the environment, including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (42 U.S.C. §§6991-6991i), Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. §1251 et seq.) and CERCLA.
Environmental Notice: a notice (whether written or oral) from any Governmental Authority or other Person of any possible noncompliance with, investigation of a possible violation of, litigation relating to, or potential fine or liability under any Environmental Law, or with respect to any Environmental Release, environmental pollution or hazardous materials, including any complaint, summons, citation, order, claim, demand or request for correction, remediation or otherwise.
Environmental Release: a release as defined in CERCLA or under any other Environmental Law.
Equity Interest: the interest of any (a) shareholder in a corporation; (b) partner in a partnership (whether general, limited, limited liability or joint venture); (c) member in a limited liability company; or (d) other Person having any other form of equity security or ownership interest.
ERISA: the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974.
ERISA Affiliate: any trade or business (whether or not incorporated) under common control with an Obligor within the meaning of Section 414(b) or (c) of the Code (and Sections 414(m) and (o) of the Code for purposes of provisions relating to Section 412 of the Code).
ERISA Event: (a) a Reportable Event with respect to a Pension Plan; (b) withdrawal of an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate from a Pension Plan subject to Section 4063 of ERISA during a plan year in which it was a substantial employer (as defined in Section 4001(a)(2) of ERISA) or a cessation of operations that is treated as such a withdrawal under Section 4062(e) of ERISA; (c) complete or partial withdrawal of an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate from a Multiemployer Plan or notification that a
Multiemployer Plan is in reorganization; (d) filing of a notice of intent to terminate, treatment of a Pension Plan amendment as a termination under Section 4041 or 4041A of ERISA, or institution of proceedings by the PBGC to terminate a Pension Plan; (e) determination that a Pension Plan is considered an at-risk plan or a plan in critical or endangered status under the Code or ERISA; (f) an event or condition that constitutes grounds under Section 4042 of ERISA for termination of, or appointment of a trustee to administer, any Pension Plan; (g) imposition of any liability on an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate under Title IV of ERISA, other than for PBGC premiums due but not delinquent under Section 4007 of ERISA; or (h) failure by an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate to meet all applicable requirements under the Pension Funding Rules in respect of a Pension Plan, whether or not waived, or to make a required contribution to a Multiemployer Plan.
Event of Default: as defined in Section 11.
Excluded Swap Obligation: with respect to an Obligor, each Swap Obligation as to which, and only to the extent that, such Obligor’s guaranty of or grant of a Lien as security for such Swap Obligation is or becomes illegal under the Commodity Exchange Act because the Obligor does not constitute an “eligible contract participant” as defined in the act (determined after giving effect to any keepwell, support or other agreement for the benefit of such Obligor and all guarantees of Swap Obligations by other Obligors) when such guaranty or grant of Lien becomes effective with respect to the Swap Obligation. If a hedge agreement governs more than one Swap Obligation, only the Swap Obligation(s) or portions thereof described in the foregoing sentence shall be Excluded Swap Obligation(s) for the applicable Obligor.
Excluded Taxes: (a) Taxes imposed on or measured by a Recipient’s net income (however denominated), franchise Taxes and branch profits Taxes (i) as a result of such Recipient being organized under the laws of, or having its principal office or applicable Lending Office located in, the jurisdiction imposing such Tax, or (ii) constituting Other Connection Taxes; (b) in the case of a Lender, any U.S. federal or state withholding Taxes imposed on amounts payable to or for the account of such Lender Pursuant to a law in effect on the date on which (i) such Lender acquires such interest in the Loan or Commitment (other than pursuant to an assignment request by the Borrower under Section 3.8) or (ii) such Lender changes its lending office, except in each case to the extent that, pursuant to Section 5.7, amounts with respect to such taxes were payable either to such Lender’s assignor immediately before such lender becomes a party hereto or to such Lender immediately before it changed its lending office ; (c) any Taxes attributable to a failure of a Person to comply with Section 5.7.5 or Section 5.7.6; and (d) any U.S. federal withholding Taxes imposed pursuant to FATCA.
Extraordinary Expenses: all costs, expenses or advances incurred by any Indemnitee during a Default, Event of Default or Obligor’s Insolvency Proceeding, including those relating to any (a) audit, inspection, repossession, storage, repair, appraisal, insurance, processing, preparation or advertising for sale, sale, collection, or other preservation of or realization upon Collateral; (b) action, arbitration or other proceeding (whether instituted by or against Lender, any Obligor, any creditor(s) of an Obligor or any other Person) in any way relating to any Collateral, Lender’s Lien, Loan Documents, Letters of Credit or Obligations, including any lender liability or other Claims; (c) Enforcement Action or exercise of any rights or remedies in, or the monitoring of, any Insolvency Proceeding involving an Obligor; (d) settlement or satisfaction of taxes, charges or Liens with respect to any Collateral; (e) negotiation and documentation of any Modification, workout, restructuring, forbearance, liquidation or collection with respect to any Loan Document, Collateral or Obligations. Such costs, expenses and advances include (i) transfer fees, permit fees, and Other Taxes, and (ii) reasonable and documented out-of-pocket storage and insurance costs, utility expenses, legal and accounting fees and expenses,
appraisal costs, brokers’ and auctioneers’ commissions, environmental study costs, wages and salaries paid to employees of any Obligor or independent contractors in liquidating Collateral, and travel expenses.
FATCA: Sections 1471 through 1474 of the Code (including any amended or successor version if substantively comparable and not materially more onerous to comply with), any current or future regulations or official interpretations thereof and any agreements entered into pursuant to Section 1471(b)(1) of the Code, any agreements entered into pursuant to Section 1471(b)(1) of the Code, and any fiscal or regulatory legislation, rules or practices adopted pursuant to such intergovernmental agreement, treaty or convention among Governmental Authorities entered into in connection with the implementation of the foregoing.
Federal Funds Rate: for any day, the per annum rate calculated by FRBNY based on such day’s federal funds transactions by depository institutions (as determined in such manner as FRBNY shall set forth on its public website from time to time) and published on the next Business Day by FRBNY as the federal funds effective rate; provided, that in no event shall the Federal Funds Rate be less than zero.
Finance Lease: any lease required to be capitalized for financial reporting purposes in accordance with GAAP.
Financial Covenant Trigger Period: the period (a) commencing on any day that (i) an Event of Default occurs, or (ii) Availability is less than the greater of (x) $4,500,000 or (y) 15% of the Borrowing Base; and (b) continuing until, during each of the preceding 45 consecutive days, no Event of Default has existed and Availability has been more than the greater of $4,500,000 and 15% of the Borrowing Base.
Fiscal Quarter: each period of three months, commencing on the first day of a Fiscal Year, and each subsequent period of three months thereafter.
Fiscal Year: the fiscal year of Borrowers and Subsidiaries for accounting and tax purposes, ending on December 31 of each year.
Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio: the ratio, determined on a consolidated basis for Borrowers and Subsidiaries for the most recent 12 months, of (a) EBITDA minus Capital Expenditures (except those financed with Borrowed Money other than Loans) and taxes paid in cash to (b) Fixed Charges.
Fixed Charges: the sum of interest expense (other than payment-in-kind), principal payments made on Borrowed Money (other than Loans), and Distributions to a Person other than Obligor, in each case, paid in cash.
Flood Laws: the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968, Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 and related laws.
FLSA: the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
Foreign Lender: a Lender that is not a U.S. Person.
Foreign Plan: any employee benefit plan or arrangement (a) maintained or contributed to by any Obligor or Subsidiary that is not subject to the laws of the United States; or (b) mandated by a government other than the United States for employees of any Obligor or Subsidiary.
Foreign Subsidiary: a Subsidiary that is not a Domestic Subsidiary.
FRBNY: the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Full Payment: with respect to any Obligations, (a) the full and indefeasible cash payment thereof, including any interest, fees and other charges accruing in an Insolvency Proceeding (whether or not allowed in the proceeding); (b) if such Obligations are LC Obligations or inchoate or contingent in nature (other than inchoate or contingent Obligations to the extent no claim giving rise thereto has been asserted), Cash Collateralization thereof (or delivery of standby letter(s) of credit acceptable to Lender in its discretion, in the amount of required Cash Collateral); and (c) a release of any Claims of Obligors against all Indemnitees arising on or before the payment date. The Loans shall not be deemed to have been paid in full unless the Commitment is terminated.
GAAP: generally accepted accounting principles in effect in the United States from time to time.
Governmental Approvals: all authorizations, consents, approvals, licenses and exemptions of, registrations and filings with, and required reports to, all Governmental Authorities.
Governmental Authority: any federal, state, local, foreign or other agency, authority, body, commission, court, instrumentality, political subdivision, central bank, or other entity or officer exercising executive, legislative, judicial, taxing, regulatory or administrative powers or functions for any governmental, judicial, investigative, regulatory or self-regulatory authority (including the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority and any supra-national bodies such as the European Union or European Central Bank).
Guarantor Payment: as defined in Section 5.8.3.
Guarantors: each Person that guarantees payment or performance of Obligations.
Guaranty: each guaranty agreement executed by a Guarantor in favor of Lender.
Immaterial Foreign Subsidiary: Foreign Subsidiaries of the Borrower which individually and in the aggregate generate less than 5% of the revenue of the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis as determined in accordance with GAAP.
Indemnified Taxes: (a) Taxes, other than Excluded Taxes, imposed on or relating to any payment of an Obligation; and (b) to the extent not otherwise described in clause (a), Other Taxes.
Indemnitees: Lender, other Secured Parties, and their officers, directors, employees, Affiliates and Lender Professionals.
Insolvency Proceeding: any case or proceeding commenced by or against a Person under any state, federal or foreign law for, or any agreement of such Person to, (a) the entry of an order for relief under the Bankruptcy Code, or any other insolvency, debtor relief or debt adjustment law; (b) the
appointment of a receiver, trustee, liquidator, administrator, conservator or other custodian for such Person or any part of its Property; or (c) an assignment or trust mortgage for the benefit of creditors.
Intellectual Property: all intellectual and similar Property of a Person, including inventions, designs, patents, copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade names, trade secrets, confidential or proprietary information, customer lists, know-how, software and databases; all embodiments or fixations thereof and all related documentation, applications, registrations and franchises; all licenses or other rights to use any of the foregoing; and all books and records relating to the foregoing.
Intellectual Property Claim: any claim or assertion (whether in writing, by suit or otherwise) that a Borrower’s or Subsidiary’s ownership, use, marketing, sale or distribution of any Inventory, Equipment, Intellectual Property or other Property violates another Person’s Intellectual Property.
Interest Expense: for any period, total interest expense (including that attributable to Finance Leases) of the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries for such period with respect to all outstanding Debt of the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries (including all commissions, discounts and other fees and charges owed with respect to letters of credit and bankers’ acceptances and net costs under Swap agreements in respect of interest rates to the extent such net costs are allocable to such period in accordance with GAAP), calculated on a consolidated basis for the Borrowers and their Subsidiaries for such period in accordance with GAAP.
Interest Payment Date: (a) for each BSBY Loan, the last day of the applicable Interest Period and, if the Interest Period is more than three months, each three month anniversary of the beginning of the Interest Period; and (b) for all other Loans, the first day of each calendar month.
Interest Period: as defined in Section 3.1.3.
Inventory: as defined in the UCC, including all goods intended for sale, lease, display or demonstration; all work in process; and all raw materials, and other materials and supplies of any kind that are or could be used in connection with the manufacture, printing, packing, shipping, advertising, sale, lease or furnishing of such goods, or otherwise used or consumed in a Borrower’s business (but excluding Equipment).
Investment: an Acquisition, an acquisition of record or beneficial ownership of any Equity Interests of a Person, or an advance or capital contribution to or other investment in a Person.
Investment Grade Accounts Formula Amount: 90% of the Value of Investment Grade Eligible Accounts.
Investment Grade Eligible Accounts: Eligible Accounts owing from any Account Debtor (a) whose securities are rated BBB- or higher by S&P or Baa3 or higher by Moody’s at such time or (b) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of a Person whose securities are rated BBB- or higher by S&P or Baa3 or higher by Moody’s at such time.
IRS: the United States Internal Revenue Service.
LC Application: an application by Borrower Agent to Lender for issuance of a Letter of Credit, in form and substance satisfactory to Lender.
LC Conditions: upon giving effect to the issuance of a Letter of Credit, (a) the conditions in Section 6 are satisfied; (b) total LC Obligations do not exceed the Letter of Credit Subline and Revolver Usage does not exceed the Borrowing Base; (c) the Letter of Credit and payments thereunder are denominated in Dollars or other currency satisfactory to Lender; and (d) the purpose and form of the Letter of Credit are satisfactory to Lender in its reasonable discretion.
LC Documents: all documents, instruments and agreements (including requests and applications) delivered by any Borrower or other Person to Lender in connection with a Letter of Credit.
LC Obligations: the sum of (a) all amounts owing by Borrowers for draws under Letters of Credit; and (b) the Stated Amount of all outstanding Letters of Credit.
LC Request: a request by Borrower Agent for issuance of a Letter of Credit, in form satisfactory to Lender.
Lender Professionals: attorneys, accountants, appraisers, auditors, advisors, consultants, agents, service providers, business valuation experts, environmental engineers or consultants, turnaround consultants, and other professionals, experts and representatives retained or used by Lender.
Lending Office: any office (including a domestic or foreign Affiliate or branch) used by Lender to fulfill any of its obligations hereunder.
Letter of Credit: any standby or documentary letter of credit, foreign guaranty, documentary bankers acceptance, indemnity, reimbursement agreement or similar instrument issued by Lender for the account or benefit of a Borrower or Affiliate of a Borrower.
Letter of Credit Subline: $4,000,000.
License: any license or agreement under which an Obligor is authorized to use Intellectual Property in connection with any manufacture, marketing, distribution or disposition of Collateral, any use of Property or any other conduct of its business.
Licensor: any Person from whom an Obligor obtains the right to use any Intellectual Property.
Lien: an interest in Property securing an obligation or claim, including any lien, security interest, pledge, hypothecation, assignment, trust, reservation, assessment right, encroachment, easement, right-of-way, restriction, lease, or other title exception or encumbrance.
Lien Waiver: an agreement, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lender, by which (a) for any material Collateral located on leased premises, the lessor waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on the Collateral, and allows Lender to enter the premises and remove, store and dispose of Collateral; (b) for any Collateral held by a warehouseman, processor, shipper, customs broker or freight forwarder, such Person waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on the Collateral, agrees to hold any Documents in its possession relating to the Collateral as agent for Lender, and agrees to deliver Collateral to Lender upon request; (c) for any Collateral held by a repairman, mechanic or bailee, such Person acknowledges Lender’s Lien, waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on the Collateral, and agrees to deliver Collateral to Lender upon request; and (d) for any Collateral subject to a Licensor’s Intellectual Property rights, the Licensor grants to Lender the right, vis-à-vis such
Licensor, to enforce Lender’s Liens with respect to the Collateral, including the right to dispose of it with the benefit of the Intellectual Property, whether or not a default exists under any applicable License.
Loan: a loan made by Lender under the credit facility established by this Agreement.
Loan Documents: this Agreement, Other Agreements and Security Documents.
Loan Year: each 12 month period commencing on the Closing Date or an anniversary thereof.
Margin Stock: as defined in Regulation U of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
Material Adverse Effect: the effect of any event or circumstance that, taken alone or in conjunction with other events or circumstances, (a) has or could be reasonably expected to have a material adverse effect on the business, operations, Properties, or financial condition of any Obligor, the value of any material Collateral, the enforceability of any Loan Document, or the validity or priority of Lender’s Lien on any material portion of the Collateral; (b) impairs the ability of an Obligor to perform its obligations under the Loan Documents, including repayment of any Obligations; or (c) otherwise impairs Lender’s ability to enforce or collect any Obligations or to realize upon any Collateral.
Material Contract: any agreement or arrangement to which a Borrower or Subsidiary is party (other than the Loan Documents) (a) that is deemed to be a material contract under any securities law applicable to such Person, including the Securities Act of 1933; (b) for which breach, termination, nonperformance or failure to renew would reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect; or (c) that relates to Subordinated Debt, or to any Debt in an aggregate amount of $2,000,000 or more.
Modification: any amendment, supplement, extension, approval, consent, waiver, change or other modification of or under a Loan Document, including any waiver of a Default or Event of Default.
Moody’s: Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. or any successor acceptable to Lender.
Multiemployer Plan: any employee benefit plan of the type described in Section 4001(a)(3) of ERISA, to which an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate makes or is obligated to make contributions, or during the preceding five plan years, has made or been obligated to make contributions.
Multiple Employer Plan: a Plan with two or more contributing sponsors, including an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate, at least two of whom are not under common control, as described in Section 4064 of ERISA.
Net Income: for any period, the consolidated net income (or loss) of the Borrowers and their respective Subsidiaries, determined on a consolidated basis in accordance with GAAP; provided that there shall be excluded (a) the income (or deficit) of any Person accrued prior to the date it becomes a Subsidiary or is merged into or consolidated with a Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries, (b) the income (or deficit) of any Person (other than a Subsidiary) in which a Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries has an ownership interest, except to the extent that any such income is actually received by such Borrower or such Subsidiary in the form of dividends or similar distributions and (c) the undistributed earnings of any Subsidiary to the extent that the declaration or payment of dividends or similar distributions by such Subsidiary is not at the time permitted by the terms of any contractual obligation (other than under any Loan Document) or requirement of Applicable Law.
Net Proceeds: with respect to a Disposition, proceeds (including, when received, any deferred or escrowed payments) received by a Borrower or Domestic Subsidiary in cash from such disposition, net of (a) reasonable and customary costs and expenses actually incurred in connection therewith, including legal fees and sales commissions; (b) amounts applied to repayment of Debt secured by a Permitted Lien senior to Lender’s Liens on Collateral sold; (c) transfer or similar taxes; and (d) reserves for indemnities, until such reserves are no longer needed.
Non-Investment Grade Formula Amount: 85% of the Value of Non-Investment Grade Eligible Accounts.
Non-Investment Grade Eligible Accounts: Eligible Accounts other than Investment Grade Eligible Accounts.
Notice of Borrowing: notice by Borrower Agent of a Borrowing, in form reasonably satisfactory to Lender.
Notice of Conversion/Continuation: notice by Borrower Agent of conversion or continuation of a Loan as a BSBY Loan, in form reasonably satisfactory to Lender.
Notice of Prepayment: notice by Borrower Agent of prepayment of a Loan, in form reasonably satisfactory to Lender.
Obligations: all (a) principal of and premium, if any, on the Loans, (b) LC Obligations and other obligations of Obligors with respect to Letters of Credit, (c) interest, expenses, fees, indemnification obligations, Claims and other amounts payable by Obligors under Loan Documents, (d) Bank Product Debt, and (e) other Debts, obligations and liabilities of any kind owing by any Obligor to Lender in connection with the Loan Documents, in each case whether now existing or hereafter arising, whether evidenced by a note or other writing, whether allowed in any Insolvency Proceeding, whether arising from an extension of credit, issuance of a letter of credit, acceptance, loan, guaranty, indemnification or otherwise, and whether direct or indirect, absolute or contingent, due or to become due, primary or secondary, or joint or several; provided, that Obligations of an Obligor shall not include its Excluded Swap Obligations.
Obligor: each Borrower, Guarantor or other Person that has granted a Lien on its assets in favor of Lender to secure any Obligations.
OFAC: Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Treasury Department.
Ordinary Course of Business: the ordinary course of business of any Borrower or Subsidiary, undertaken in good faith and consistent with Applicable Law and past practices.
Organic Documents: with respect to any Person, its charter, certificate or articles of incorporation, bylaws, articles of organization, limited liability agreement, operating agreement, members agreement, shareholders agreement, partnership agreement, certificate of partnership, certificate of formation, voting trust agreement, or similar agreement or instrument governing the formation or operation of such Person.
OSHA: the Occupational Safety and Hazard Act of 1970.
Other Agreement: each LC Document, Lien Waiver, intercreditor agreement, subordination agreement, Borrower Material, Communication, or other document, instrument or agreement (other than this Agreement or a Security Document) now or hereafter delivered by an Obligor to Lender in connection with any transactions relating hereto.
Other Connection Taxes: Taxes imposed on a Recipient due to a present or former connection between it and the taxing jurisdiction (other than connections arising from the Recipient having executed, delivered, become party to, performed obligations or received payments under, received or perfected a Lien or engaged in any other transaction pursuant to, enforced, or sold or assigned an interest in, any Loan or Loan Document).
Other Taxes: all present or future stamp, court, documentary, intangible, recording, filing or similar Taxes that arise from any payment made under, from the execution, delivery, performance, enforcement or registration of, from the receipt or perfection of a Lien under, or otherwise with respect to, any Loan Document, except Other Connection Taxes imposed with respect to an assignment.
Overadvance: the amount by which Revolver Usage exceeds the Borrowing Base at any time.
Patriot Act: the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001, Pub. L. No. 107-56, 115 Stat. 272 (2001).
Payment Conditions: as to any relevant action contemplated in this Agreement, the satisfaction of each of the following:
(a)as of the date of any such action and immediately after giving effect thereto, no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing;
(b)the Availability Block Termination Date has occurred;
(c)either one of the following:
(i) (x) Availability (after giving pro forma effect to such action) during the thirty (30) consecutive day period ending on and including the date of such action, is not less than the greater of (1) 17.5% of the Borrowing Base or (2) $5,500,000; and (y) the Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio measured on a trailing twelve month period as of the end of the most recently ended measurement period prior to such action, determined on a pro forma basis after giving effect to such action, shall be equal to or greater than 1.00 : 1.00; or
(ii) Availability (after giving pro forma effect to such action) during the thirty (30) consecutive day period ending on and including the date of such action, is not less than the greater of (1) 22.5% of the Borrowing Base or (2) $7,500,000; and
(c)the Lender has received a certificate from a Senior Officer of the Borrower Agent certifying as to compliance with the preceding clauses and demonstrating (in reasonable detail) the calculations required thereunder.
Payment Item: each check, draft or other item of payment payable to a Borrower, including those constituting proceeds of any Collateral.
PBGC: the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.
Pension Funding Rules: Code and ERISA rules regarding minimum required contributions (including installment payments) to Pension Plans set forth in Sections 412, 430, 431, 432 and 436 of the Code and Sections 302, 303, 304 and 305 of ERISA.
Pension Plan: any employee pension benefit plan (as defined in Section 3(2) of ERISA), other than a Multiemployer Plan, that is subject to Title IV of ERISA and is sponsored or maintained by an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate or to which the Obligor or ERISA Affiliate contributes or has an obligation to contribute, or in the case of a multiple employer or other plan described in Section 4064(a) of ERISA, has made contributions at any time during the preceding five plan years.
Permitted Acquisition: any Acquisition as long as (a) the Acquisition is consensual; (b) the assets, business or Person being acquired is useful or engaged in the business of Borrowers and Subsidiaries, is located or organized within the United States, and had positive EBITDA for the 12 month period most recently ended; (c) no Debt or Liens are assumed or incurred, except as permitted by Sections 10.2.1(f), 10.2.1(i) and 10.2.2(j); (d) the Payment Conditions are satisfied with respect to each such Acquisition; and (e) the Borrowers deliver to Lender, at least 10 Business Days prior to the Acquisition, copies of all material agreements relating thereto and a certificate, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lender, stating that the Acquisition is a “Permitted Acquisition” and demonstrating compliance with the foregoing requirements.
Permitted Contingent Obligations: Contingent Obligations (a) arising from endorsements of Payment Items for collection or deposit in the Ordinary Course of Business; (b) relating to Swaps permitted hereunder; (c) existing on the Closing Date, and any extension or renewal thereof that does not increase the amount of such Contingent Obligation when extended or renewed; (d) incurred in the Ordinary Course of Business with respect to surety, appeal or performance bonds, or other similar obligations; (e) arising from customary indemnification obligations in favor of purchasers in connection with dispositions of Equipment permitted hereunder; (f) arising under the Loan Documents; (g) arising from reimbursement or indemnification obligations to any Person providing workers’ compensation, health, disability or other employee benefits or property, casualty or liability insurance; or (h) in an aggregate amount of $1,000,000 or less at any time.
Permitted Discretion: a determination made in good faith, using reasonable business judgment (from the perspective of a secured, asset-based lender).
Permitted Disposition: as long as no Event of Default exists and all Net Proceeds deposited into the Dominion Account, a Disposition constituting (a) sales, transfers and dispositions of Accounts in connection with the compromise, settlement or collection thereof not to exceed more than $500,000 in the aggregate in any Fiscal Year (not including any such sales, transfers or dispositions that occurred prior to the Closing Date); (b) Disposition of Equipment up to a fair market or book value (whichever is more) of $1,000,000 in the aggregate during any 12 month period; (c) sales, transfers and dispositions of Cash Equivalents, Swaps, and notes payable, or stock or other securities, issued by Account Debtors to a Borrower with respect to settlement of such Account Debtor’s Accounts in the Ordinary Course of Business; (d) termination of a lease of real or personal Property not necessary for the Ordinary Course of Business, which would not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect and does not result from an Obligor’s default; (e) sales, transfers and dispositions of Inventory in the Ordinary Course of Business; or (e) a Disposition approved by Lender.
Permitted Distributions: (a) Distributions made in cash so long as the Payment Conditions are satisfied with respect to each such Distribution; (b) Distributions comprised of non-cash dividends or distributions payable in its stock, or split-ups or reclassification of its stock; and (c) Distributions pursuant to and in accordance with equity incentive plans or other benefit plans generally applicable to management or employees of the Borrowers and Subsidiaries.
Permitted Lien: as defined in Section 10.2.2.
Permitted Purchase Money Debt: Purchase Money Debt of Borrowers and Subsidiaries that is unsecured or secured only by a Purchase Money Lien, as long as the aggregate amount does not exceed $1,000,000 at any time and its incurrence does not violate Section 10.2.3.
Person: any individual, corporation, limited liability company, partnership, joint venture, association, trust, unincorporated organization, Governmental Authority or other entity of any kind.
Plan: any Benefit Plan maintained for employees of an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate, or to which an Obligor or ERISA Affiliate is required to contribute on behalf of its employees.
Platform: as defined in Section 12.3.3.
Prime Rate: the rate of interest announced by Lender from time to time as its prime rate. Such rate is set by Lender on the basis of various factors, including its costs and desired return, general economic conditions and other factors, and is used as a reference point for pricing some loans, which may be priced at, above or below such rate. Any change in such rate publicly announced by Lender shall take effect at the opening of business on the day specified in the announcement.
Properly Contested: with respect to any obligation of an Obligor, (a) the obligation is subject to a bona fide dispute regarding amount or the Obligor’s liability to pay; (b) the obligation is being properly contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings promptly instituted and diligently pursued; (c) appropriate reserves have been established in accordance with GAAP; (d) non-payment could not have a Material Adverse Effect, nor result in forfeiture or sale of any assets of the Obligor; (e) no Lien is imposed on assets of the Obligor, unless bonded and stayed to the satisfaction of Lender; and (f) if the obligation results from entry of a judgment or other order, such judgment or order is stayed pending appeal or other judicial review.
Property: any interest in any kind of property or asset, whether real, personal or mixed, or tangible or intangible.
PTE: a prohibited transaction class exemption issued by the U.S. Department of Labor, as amended from time to time.
Purchase Money Debt: (a) Debt (other than the Obligations) for payment of any of the purchase price of fixed assets; (b) Debt (other than the Obligations) incurred within 90 days before or after acquisition of any fixed assets, for the purpose of financing any of the purchase price thereof; and (c) any renewals, extensions or refinancings (but not increases, except to accommodate capitalized interest) thereof.
Purchase Money Lien: a Lien that secures Purchase Money Debt, encumbering only the fixed assets acquired with such Debt and constituting a Finance Lease or a purchase money security interest under the UCC.
Qualified ECP: an Obligor with total assets exceeding $10,000,000, or that constitutes an “eligible contract participant” under the Commodity Exchange Act and can cause another Person to qualify as an “eligible contract participant” under Section 1a(18)(A)(v)(II) of such act.
Real Estate: all right, title and interest (whether as owner, lessor or lessee) in any real Property or any buildings, structures, parking areas or other improvements thereon.
Recipient: Lender or any other recipient of a payment to be made by an Obligor under a Loan Document or on account of an Obligation.
Refinancing Conditions: no Default or Event of Default exists upon giving effect to the Refinancing Debt and such Debt, when compared to the Debt being extended, renewed or refinanced, (a) does not have a greater principal amount than the combined aggregate amount of principal and accrued interest being refinanced, earlier final maturity or shorter weighted average life, (b) is subordinated to the Obligations to at least the same extent, (c) has representations, covenants, defaults and other terms that, taken as a whole, are not materially less favorable to Borrowers and Lender, and (d) has no additional obligor, guarantor, Lien, or other recourse to any Person or Property.
Refinancing Debt: Borrowed Money that is the result of an extension, renewal or refinancing of Debt permitted under Section 10.2.1(b), (d) or (f).
Reimbursement Date: as defined in Section 2.2.2.
Relevant Governmental Body: the Federal Reserve Board and/or FRBNY, or a committee officially endorsed or convened by the Federal Reserve Board and/or FRBNY.
Rent and Charges Reserve: the aggregate of (a) all past due rent and other past due amounts owing by an Obligor to any landlord, warehouseman, processor, repairman, mechanic, shipper, freight forwarder, broker or other Person who possesses any Collateral or could assert a Lien on any Collateral; and (b) a reserve at least equal to three months rent and other charges that could be payable to any such Person, unless it has executed a Lien Waiver.
Reportable Event: an event set forth in Section 4043(c) of ERISA, other than an event for which the 30 day notice period has been waived.
Reporting Trigger Period: the period (a) commencing on any day that (i) an Event of Default occurs, or (ii) Availability is less than (x) 15% of the Borrowing Base or (y) $4,500,000; and (b) continuing until, during each of the preceding 45 consecutive days, no Event of Default has existed and Availability has been more than 15% of the Borrowing Base and $4,500,000.
Restricted Investment: any Investment by a Borrower or Subsidiary, other than (a) Investments in Subsidiaries to the extent existing on the Closing Date; (b) Cash Equivalents that are subject to Lender’s Lien and control or otherwise subject to a perfected security interest in favor of Lender, pursuant to documentation in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Lender; (c) loans and advances permitted under Section 10.2.7; (d) Permitted Acquisitions; (e) investments by the Obligors in Equity Interests in other Obligors (other than those set forth in clause (a)); provided that such Equity Interests are pledged to the Lender to the extent required hereunder; (f) Debt permitted under Section 10.2.1; (g) notes payable, or stock or other securities, issued by Account Debtors to a Borrower with respect to settlement of such Account Debtor’s Accounts in the Ordinary Course of Business; (h)
Investments received in connection with a Permitted Disposition; (i) investments, loans, or advances by any Borrower in or to another Borrower; (j) investments, loans, or advances by any Obligor in or to any Foreign Subsidiary, so long as the aggregate net outstanding amount of all such investments, loans, and advances outstanding under this subsection (j) do not exceed $1,000,000; and (k) any other Investment made in cash so long as the Payment Conditions are satisfied with respect to each such Investment.
Restrictive Agreement: an agreement (other than a Loan Document) that conditions or restricts the right of any Borrower, Subsidiary or other Obligor to incur or repay Borrowed Money, to grant Liens on any assets, to declare or make Distributions, to modify, extend or renew any agreement evidencing Borrowed Money, or to repay any intercompany Debt.
Revolver Usage: the aggregate amount of outstanding Loans plus the Stated Amount of outstanding Letters of Credit.
S&P: Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC, a subsidiary of S&P Global Inc., or any successor acceptable to Lender.
Sanction: a sanction administered or enforced by the U.S. government (including OFAC), United Nations Security Council, European Union, U.K. government or other applicable sanctions authority.
Scheduled Unavailability Date: as defined in Section 3.6.2.
Secured Parties: Lender and providers of Bank Products.
Security Documents: the Guaranties, Deposit Account Control Agreements, and all other documents, instruments and agreements now or hereafter securing (or given with the intent to secure) any Obligations.
Senior Officer: the chairman of the board, president, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, or secretary of the applicable Obligor.
SOFR: the secured overnight financing rate published by FRBNY, as administrator of the benchmark (or a successor administrator), on its website (or any successor source satisfactory to Lender).
SOFR Adjustment: (a) with respect to Daily Simple SOFR, 0.11448%, and (b) with respect to Term SOFR, 0.11448% for a one month interest period, 0.26161% for a three month interest period and 0.42826% for a six month interest period.
Solvent: as to any Person, such Person (a) owns Property whose fair salable value is greater than the amount required to pay all of its debts (including contingent, subordinated, unmatured and unliquidated liabilities); (b) owns Property whose present fair salable value (as defined below) is greater than the probable total liabilities (including contingent, subordinated, unmatured and unliquidated liabilities) of such Person as they become absolute and matured; (c) is able to pay all of its debts as they mature; (d) has capital that is not unreasonably small for its business and is sufficient to carry on its business and transactions and all business and transactions in which it is about to engage; (e) is not “insolvent” within the meaning of Section 101(32) of the Bankruptcy Code; and (f) has not incurred (by way of assumption or otherwise) any obligations or liabilities (contingent or otherwise)
under any Loan Documents, or made any conveyance in connection therewith, with actual intent to hinder, delay or defraud either present or future creditors of such Person or any of its Affiliates. “Fair salable value” means the amount that could be obtained for assets within a reasonable time, either through collection or through sale under ordinary selling conditions by a capable and diligent seller to an interested buyer who is willing (but under no compulsion) to purchase. In computing the amount of any disputed, contingent, unmatured, or unliquidated liability, it is intended that such liability will be computed at the amount which, in light of all the facts and circumstances existing at such time, represents the amount that can reasonably be expected to become an actual, matured or liquidated liability.
Specified Obligor: an Obligor that is not then an “eligible contract participant” under the Commodity Exchange Act (determined prior to giving effect to Section 5.8.3).
Stated Amount: the undrawn amount of a Letter of Credit, including any automatic increase or tolerance (whether or not then in effect) provided by the Letter of Credit or related LC Documents.
Subordinated Debt: Debt incurred by a Borrower that is expressly subordinate and junior in right of payment to Full Payment of all Obligations, and is on terms (including maturity, interest, fees, repayment, covenants and subordination) satisfactory to Lender.
Subsidiary: any entity at least 50% of whose voting securities or Equity Interests is owned by a Borrower or combination of Borrowers (including indirect ownership through other entities in which a Borrower directly or indirectly owns 50% of the voting securities or Equity Interests).
Successor Rate: as defined in Section 3.6.2.
Swap: as defined in Section 1a(47) of the Commodity Exchange Act.
Swap Obligations: obligations under an agreement relating to a Swap.
Taxes: all present or future taxes, levies, imposts, duties, deductions, withholdings, assessments, fees or other charges imposed by any Governmental Authority, including any interest, additions to tax or penalties applicable thereto.
Term SOFR: for the applicable corresponding Interest Period of BSBY (or if any Interest Period does not correspond to an interest period applicable to SOFR, the closest corresponding interest period of SOFR, but if such interest period of SOFR corresponds equally to two Interest Periods of BSBY, the corresponding interest period of shorter duration shall be applied), the forward-looking term rate based on SOFR that has been selected or recommended by the Relevant Governmental Body.
Termination Date: July 23, 2024, or such earlier date on which the Commitment terminates hereunder.
UCC: the Uniform Commercial Code as in effect in the State of New York or, when the laws of any other jurisdiction govern the perfection or enforcement of any Lien, the Uniform Commercial Code of such jurisdiction.
Unbilled Accounts Formula Amount: the lesser of (a) $10,000,000 and (b) 80% of the Value of Eligible Unbilled Accounts.
Unfunded Pension Liability: the excess of a Pension Plan’s benefit liabilities under Section 4001(a)(16) of ERISA, over the current value of that Pension Plan’s assets, determined in accordance with the assumptions used for funding the Pension Plan pursuant to the Code, ERISA or the Pension Protection Act of 2006 for the applicable plan year.
Unused Line Fee Rate: a per annum rate equal to 0.25%.
Upstream Payment: a Distribution by a Subsidiary of a Borrower to such Borrower.
U.S. Person: any person that is a “United States person” as defined in Section 7701(a)(30) of the Code.
Value: for an Account, its face amount, net of any returns, rebates, discounts (calculated on the shortest terms), credits, allowances or Taxes (including sales, excise or other taxes) that have been or could be claimed by the Account Debtor or any other Person.
(e) Person includes its permitted successors and assigns; (f) time of day means the time at Lender’s notice address under Section 12.3.1; or (g) discretion of Lender means its sole and absolute discretion exercised at any time. All references to Value, Borrowing Base components, Loans, Letters of Credit, Obligations and other amounts herein shall be denominated in Dollars, unless expressly provided otherwise, and all determinations (including calculations of Borrowing Base and financial covenants) made from time to time by an Obligor under the Loan Documents shall be made in light of the circumstances existing at such time. Borrowing Base calculations shall be consistent with historical methods of valuation and calculation, and otherwise reasonably satisfactory to Lender (and not necessarily calculated in accordance with GAAP). Obligors have the burden of establishing any alleged negligence, misconduct or lack of good faith by any Indemnitee under a Loan Document. No provision of a Loan Document shall be construed against a party by reason of it having, or being deemed to have, drafted the provision. Reference to an Obligor’s “knowledge” or similar concept means actual knowledge of a Senior Officer, or knowledge that a Senior Officer would have obtained if he or she had engaged in good faith and diligent performance of his or her duties, including reasonably specific inquiries of employees or agents and a good faith attempt to ascertain the matter if the diligent performance of his or her duties would have warranted such inquires or attempt.
Base Rate Loans shall, as necessary to avoid illegality, be determined without reference to the BSBY Rate component of Base Rate, in each case until Lender notifies Borrower Agent that the circumstances giving rise to such determination no longer exist. Upon delivery of such notice, Borrowers shall prepay or convert BSBY Loans to Base Rate Loans, either on the last day of the Interest Period therefor, if Lender may lawfully continue to maintain the Loan and charge applicable interest to such day, or immediately, if Lender cannot so maintain the Loan. Upon any such prepayment or conversion of a Loan pursuant to this Section, Borrowers shall also pay accrued interest on the amount so prepaid or converted.
then, on a date and time determined by Lender (any such date, “BSBY Replacement Date”), which date shall be at the end of an Interest Period or on the relevant interest payment date, as applicable for interest calculated and, solely with respect to clause (b) above, no later than the Scheduled Unavailability Date, BSBY Rate will be replaced hereunder and under any other applicable Loan Document with, subject to the proviso below, the first available alternative set forth in the order below for any interest period for interest calculated that can be determined by Lender, in each case, without any amendment to, or further action or consent of any other party to any Loan Document (“Successor Rate”):
(i)Term SOFR plus the SOFR Adjustment; and
(ii)Daily Simple SOFR plus the SOFR Adjustment;
provided, that if initially BSBY is replaced with Daily Simple SOFR plus the SOFR Adjustment and, subsequent to such replacement, Lender determines that Term SOFR has become available and is administratively feasible for Lender in its discretion, and Lender notifies Borrower Agent of such availability, then from and after the beginning of the Interest Period, relevant interest payment date or payment period for interest calculated, in each case, commencing no less than 30 days after the date of such notice, the Successor Rate shall be Term SOFR plus the SOFR Adjustment. If the Successor Rate is Daily Simple SOFR plus the SOFR Adjustment, all interest will be payable on a monthly basis.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, (i) if Lender determines that neither of the alternatives in clauses (i) and (ii) is available on or prior to the BSBY Replacement Date or (ii) if the events or circumstances of the type described in clauses (a) or (b) above have occurred with respect to the Successor Rate then in effect, then in each case, Lender and Borrowers may amend this Agreement solely for the purpose of replacing BSBY Rate or any then current Successor Rate in accordance with this Section at the end of any Interest Period, relevant interest payment date or payment period for interest calculated, as applicable, with another alternate benchmark rate giving due consideration to any evolving or then existing convention for similar U.S. dollar denominated syndicated credit facilities for such alternative benchmarks and, in each case, including any mathematical or other adjustments to such benchmark giving due consideration to any evolving or then existing convention for similar U.S. dollar denominated syndicated credit facilities for such benchmarks, which adjustment or method for calculating such adjustment shall be published on an information service selected by Lender from time to time in its discretion and may be periodically updated. For the avoidance of doubt, any such proposed rate and adjustments shall constitute a Successor Rate.
Lender will promptly (in one or more notices) notify Borrowers of implementation of any Successor Rate. A Successor Rate shall be applied in a manner consistent with market practice; provided, that to the extent market practice is not administratively feasible for Lender, the Successor Rate shall be applied in a manner as determined by Lender in its discretion. Notwithstanding anything else herein, if at any time any Successor Rate as so determined would otherwise be less than zero (0), the Successor Rate will be deemed to be zero (0) for all purposes of the Loan Documents.
In connection with implementation of a Successor Rate, Lender may make Conforming Changes from time to time and, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any Loan Document, any amendments implementing such Conforming Changes will become effective without any further action
or consent of any other party to this Agreement; provided, that with respect to any such amendment effected, Lender shall post each amendment implementing Conforming Changes to Borrowers promptly after such amendment becomes effective.
and the result thereof shall be to increase the cost to Lender of making or maintaining any Loan or the Commitment, or converting to or continuing any interest option for a Loan, or to increase the cost to Lender of issuing or maintaining any Letter of Credit (or of maintaining its obligation to issue a Letter of Credit), or to reduce the amount of any sum received or receivable by Lender hereunder (whether of principal, interest or any other amount) then, upon request by Lender, Borrowers will pay to Lender, in accordance with Section 3.3, such additional amount(s) as will compensate it for the additional costs incurred or reduction suffered.
designation or assignment would eliminate the need for such notice or reduce amounts payable or to be withheld in the future, and would not subject Lender to any unreimbursed cost or expense, and would not otherwise be disadvantageous to it or unlawful. Borrowers shall pay all reasonable costs and expenses incurred by Lender in connection with any such designation or assignment.
Any Foreign Lender shall, to the extent it is legally entitled to do so, deliver to the Borrowers (in such number of copies as shall be requested by the recipient or prescribed by Applicable Law) on or prior to the date on which such Foreign Lender becomes a Lender under this Agreement (and from time to time thereafter upon the reasonable request of the Borrower), a form from the IRS Form W-8 series
along with any other certificate, document, or form prescribed by Applicable Law to prove, certify, evidence, or perfect an exemption from or reduction in withholding or FATCA Taxes.
Each Lender agrees that if any form or certification it previously delivered under this Section 5.7.6 expires or becomes obsolete or inaccurate in any respect, it shall promptly update such form or certification or promptly notify the Borrowers in writing of its legal inability to do so.
Each request (or deemed request) by a Borrower for any credit extension shall constitute a representation by Borrowers that the foregoing conditions are satisfied on the date of such request and on the date of the credit extension. As an additional condition to a credit extension, Lender may request any other information, certification, document, instrument or agreement as it deems appropriate in its Permitted Discretion.
Subsidiary). Additionally, Lender agrees that unless an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, it shall not require the execution or delivery by the Obligors of local law security documentation in respect of the Equity Interests of any Foreign Subsidiaries to ensure that the Lender has a duly perfected and enforceable Lien under the applicable law of such jurisdiction.
Any financial statement required to be furnished pursuant to Section 10.1.2(a) or (b) shall be deemed to have been furnished on the date on which the Lender receives notice that the Borrowers have filed such financial statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and it is available on the EDGAR website on the Internet at www.sec.gov or any successor government website that is freely and readily available to the Lender without charge. The Borrower Agent will give notice of any such filing to the Lender.
Maximum Trailing 12-Month Cash Burn
July 31, 2021
August 31, 2021
September 30, 2021
October 31, 2021
November 30, 2021
December 31, 2021
January 31, 2022
February 28, 2022
March 31, 2022
April 30, 2022
May 31, 2022
June 30, 2022
July 31, 2022
August 31, 2022
September 30, 2022
October 31, 2022
November 30, 2022
December 31, 2022
January 31, 2023
February 28, 2023
March 31, 2023
April 30, 2023
May 31, 2023
June 30, 2023
other obligations (in whatever currency) at any time owing by Lender or such Affiliate to or for the credit or the account of an Obligor against its Obligations, whether or not Lender or such Affiliate shall have made any demand under this Agreement or any other Loan Document and although such Obligations may be contingent or unmatured or are owed to a branch or office of Lender or such Affiliate different from the branch or office holding such deposit or obligated on such indebtedness. The rights of Lender and each such Affiliate under this Section are in addition to other rights and remedies (including other rights of setoff) that such Person may have.
harmless an Indemnitee with respect to a Claim that is determined in a final, non-appealable judgment by a court of competent jurisdiction to result from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of such Indemnitee.
directors, officers, employees and Lender Professionals (provided they are informed of the confidential nature of the Information and instructed to keep it confidential); (b) to the extent requested by any governmental, regulatory or self-regulatory authority purporting to have jurisdiction over it or its Affiliates; (c) to the extent required by Applicable Law or by any subpoena or other legal process; (d) to any other party hereto; (e) in connection with any action or proceeding relating to any Loan Documents or Obligations; (f) subject to an agreement containing provisions substantially the same as this Section, to any potential or actual transferee of any interest in a Loan Document or any actual or prospective party (or its advisors) to any Bank Product; (g) to the extent such Information is (i) publicly available other than as a result of a breach of this Section, (ii) available to Lender or its Affiliates on a nonconfidential basis from a source other than Borrowers, or (iii) independently discovered or developed by a party hereto without utilizing any Information or violating this Section; (h) on a confidential basis to a provider of a Platform; or (i) with the consent of Borrower Agent. Borrowers consent to the publication by Lender of customary advertising material relating to transactions contemplated hereby, using the names, product photographs, logos or trademarks of Borrowers and Subsidiaries. Lender may disclose information regarding this Agreement and the credit facility hereunder to market data collectors, similar service providers to the lending industry, and Lender’s service providers in connection with the Loan Documents and Commitment. As used herein, “Information” means information received from an Obligor or Subsidiary relating to it or its business. A Person required to maintain confidentiality of Information pursuant to this Section shall be deemed to have complied if it exercises a degree of care similar to that accorded its own confidential information. Lender acknowledges that (i) Information may include material non-public information; (ii) it has developed compliance procedures regarding the use of such information; and (iii) it will handle the material non-public information in accordance with Applicable Law.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement has been executed and delivered as of the date set forth above.
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
By: /s/ Catherine T. Ngo
Name: Catherine T. Ngo
Title: Senior Vice President
LOAN AND SECURITY AGREEMENT
SERVICESOURCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
a Delaware corporation
By: /s/ Chad Lyne
Name: Chad Lyne
Title: Chief Financial Officer
SERVICESOURCE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
707 17th Street, Suite 2500
And a copy to: ***@***
SERVICESOURCE DELAWARE, INC.,
a Delaware corporation
By: /s/ Chad Lyne
Name: Chad Lyne
Title: Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer
SERVICESOURCE DELAWARE, INC.
707 17th Street, Suite 2500
And a copy to: ***@***
LOAN AND SECURITY AGREEMENT