JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dun & Bradstreet Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: DNB), a leading global provider of business intelligence and analytics, today announced that its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation ( the “Borrower”), has completed the issuance of additional term loans in the aggregate amount of $460.0 million (the “Additional Term Loans”) which were incurred as a result of the exercise by the borrower of its option to request additional term loans under its senior secured credit facilities. The Additional Term Loans are secured on a senior secured basis by each of the Borrower’s Subsidiaries that guarantees indebtedness under the Borrower’s Senior Secured Credit Facilities.
The borrower used the net proceeds of the additional term loans to (i) fund the previously announced redemption of all of its outstanding 6.875% senior notes due 2026 and (ii) pay fees, costs, premiums and expenses related. The additional term loans will bear interest at a rate equal to SOFR plus 3.25% and will mature on January 18, 2029. Additional Term Loans are the same as the existing Term Loans that were in effect prior to the issuance of such Additional Term Loans.
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