Mallinckrodt Gains Support for Its Restructuring Support Agreement from Lenders Holding Approximately $1.3 Billion of Its First Lien Term Loans
The key terms of the alternative treatment for the First Lien Term Loan Lenders include:
- If not otherwise refinanced in full in cash prior to the date the Company's Plan of Reorganization becomes effective (the "Plan Effective Date"), First Lien Term Loan Lenders shall receive term loans on the following terms through a plan of reorganization:
- Increase in LIBOR margin of 2.50% (to a total interest rate of L+525 bps and L+550 bps for the First Lien Term Loans due in 2024 and 2025, respectively), subject to a 75 bps LIBOR floor;
- Maturity extension to the earlier of
September 30, 2027or 5.75 years following the Plan Effective Date; and
- No financial maintenance covenants;
- Alternatively, the Company may refinance in full in cash the approximately
$1.9 billionof currently outstanding First Lien Term Loans at par prior to or on the Plan Effective Date, subject to reduction for payment upon court approval of the 2020 excess cash flow sweep calculated to be approximately $114 million;
- Exit payment of 50 bps if the First Lien Term Loans are refinanced in full in cash prior to or on the Plan Effective Date, or 100 bps if the First Lien Term Loans are not so refinanced; and
- Cash Collateral Order to be modified to pay an incremental 50 bps of adequate protection interest during the case, with an agreement to treat adequate protection payments as satisfying the Lenders' interest entitlements upon the Plan Effective Date.
As previously announced in
- Holders of approximately 84% of the Company's guaranteed unsecured notes;
- 50 states and territories and the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee in the opioid multidistrict litigation; and
The Multi-State Governmental Entities Group(the " MSGE Group"), which represents more than 1,300 counties, municipalities, tribes and other governmental entities, across 38 states and territories, with opioid-related claims against the Company.
To become effective, the agreement must be supported by Lenders holding 66.7% of each of the First Lien Term Loans due in 2024 and the First Lien Term Loans due in 2025, the Governmental Ad Hoc Committee, the
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These factors include risks and uncertainties related to, among other things: Mallinckrodt's ongoing Chapter 11 cases; the ability of Mallinckrodt and its subsidiaries to obtain approval from the bankruptcy court with respect to motions or other requests made to the bankruptcy court throughout the course of the Chapter 11 cases and to negotiate, develop, obtain court approval of, confirm and consummate the plan of reorganization contemplated by the restructuring support agreement or any other plan that may be proposed, the effects of the Chapter 11 cases, including increased professional costs, on the liquidity, results of operations and businesses of Mallinckrodt and its subsidiaries; the consummation of the transactions contemplated by the restructuring support agreement, including the ability of the parties to negotiate definitive agreements with respect to the matters covered by the term sheets included in the restructuring support agreement, the occurrence of events that may give rise to a right of any of the parties to terminate the restructuring support agreement and the ability of the parties to receive the required approval by the bankruptcy court and to satisfy the other conditions of the restructuring support agreement, including satisfying the milestones specified in the restructuring support agreement; governmental investigations and inquiries, regulatory actions and lawsuits brought against Mallinckrodt by government agencies and private parties with respect to its historical commercialization of opioids, including the amended non-binding agreement in principle reached by Mallinckrodt in connection with the announcement of its filing of the Chapter 11 petitions regarding the terms and conditions of a global settlement to resolve all current and future opioid-related claims; potential delays in Mallinckrodt's Chapter 11 process; the proposed settlement with governmental parties to resolve certain disputes relating to Acthar Gel; the possibility that such settlement will not be consummated and the risks and uncertainties related thereto, including the time and expense of continuing to litigate this dispute and the impact of this dispute on Mallinckrodt's financial condition and expectations for performance; the ability to maintain relationships with Mallinckrodt's suppliers, customers, employees and other third parties as a result of the Chapter 11 cases; the availability of operating capital during the pendency of the Chapter 11 cases, including events that could terminate Mallinckrodt's right to continue to access the cash collateral of Mallinckrodt's lenders; the possibility that Mallinckrodt may be unable to achieve its business and strategic goals even if the Chapter 11 plan is successfully consummated; the possibility that Mallinckrodt's Chapter 11 cases may be converted into Chapter 7 cases under the bankruptcy code; the potential termination of Mallinckrodt's exclusive right to file a Chapter 11 plan; the possibility that certain claims against Mallinckrodt may not be discharged as part of the bankruptcy process; developing, funding and executing Mallinckrodt's business plan and continuing as a going concern; Mallinckrodt's post-bankruptcy capital structure; scrutiny from governments, legislative bodies and enforcement agencies related to sales, marketing and pricing practices; pricing pressure on certain of Mallinckrodt's products due to legal changes or changes in insurers' reimbursement practices resulting from recent increased public scrutiny of healthcare and pharmaceutical costs; the impact of the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus; the reimbursement practices of governmental health administration authorities, private health coverage insurers and other third-party payers; complex reporting and payment obligations under the Medicare and Medicaid rebate programs and other governmental purchasing and rebate programs; cost containment efforts of customers, purchasing groups, third-party payers and governmental organizations; changes in or failure to comply with relevant laws and regulations; Mallinckrodt's and its partners' ability to successfully develop or commercialize new products or expand commercial opportunities; Mallinckrodt's ability to navigate price fluctuations; competition; Mallinckrodt's and its partners' ability to protect intellectual property rights; limited clinical trial data for Acthar Gel; clinical studies and related regulatory processes; product liability losses and other litigation liability; material health, safety and environmental liabilities; potential indemnification liabilities to Covidien pursuant to the separation and distribution agreement; business development activities; retention of key personnel; the effectiveness of information technology infrastructure including cybersecurity and data leakage risks; customer concentration; Mallinckrodt's reliance on certain individual products that are material to its financial performance; Mallinckrodt's ability to receive procurement and production quotas granted by the
These and other factors are identified and described in more detail in the "Risk Factors" section of Mallinckrodt's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended
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