Conflicts between facilities and intercreditor agreements
By Gemma Bruin and Alice Hamilton
A recent case has highlighted the problems that can arise when a complex set of finance documents recording the respective rights and priorities of a group of lenders is amended. In this case, it was argued that certain amendments to a senior facilities agreement (SFA) conflicted with subordination and priority rights regulated by a related intercreditor agreement (ICA). That gave rise to an argument over what level of lender consent was needed to change some provisions of the SFA.
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The Truvo Group was forced to file Chapter 11 Voluntary Petitions in the US Bankruptcy Court on 1 July 2010. Detailed financial negotiations to develop a restructuring plan followed, in order to allow these companies to exit the Chapter 11 proceedings…
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