The company has priced
In conjunction with the notes offering, the company also priced a secured term loan due 2029 (the "term loan") for the remaining funds needed for the Dyneema acquisition. The term loan is expected to bear interest at an annual rate of SOFR plus 325 bps spread and is expected to be issued at an original issue discount of 97.
The company noted the all-in weighted average annual interest rate for the Dyneema acquisition financing is approximately 6.6%.
The closing of the notes offering and term loan are expected to occur in
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