From the 8-K:
On September 22, 2008, American International Group, Inc. (“AIG”) entered into an $85 billion revolving credit facility (the “Credit Facility”) and a Guarantee and Pledge Agreement (the “Pledge Agreement”) with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (“NY Fed”).
The Credit Facility has a two year term and bears interest at 3-month LIBOR plus 8.5%. The Credit Facility provides for an initial gross commitment fee of 2% of the total Credit Facility on the closing date. AIG will also pay a commitment fee on undrawn amounts at the rate of 8.5% per annum. Interest and the commitment fees are generally payable through an increase in the outstanding balance under the Credit Facility. Borrowings under the Credit Facility are conditioned on the NY Fed being reasonably satisfied with, among other things, AIG’s corporate governance.
AIG is required to repay the Credit Facility from, among other things, the proceeds of certain asset sales and issuances of debt or equity securities. These mandatory repayments permanently reduce the amount available to be borrowed under the Credit Facility.
The Credit Facility contains customary affirmative and negative covenants, including a requirement to maintain a minimum amount of liquidity and a requirement to use reasonable efforts to cause the composition of the Board of Directors of AIG to be satisfactory to the trust described below within 10 days after the establishment of the trust.
Under the agreement, AIG will issue a new series of perpetual, non-redeemable Convertible Participating Serial Preferred Stock (the “Preferred Stock”) to a trust that will hold the Preferred Stock for the benefit of the United States Treasury. The Preferred Stock will, from issuance (i) be entitled to participate in any dividends paid on the common stock, with the payments attributable to the Preferred Stock being approximately, but not in excess of, 79.9% of the aggregate dividends paid on AIG’s common stock, treating the Preferred Stock as if converted, and (ii) vote with AIG’s common stock on all matters submitted to AIG’s shareholders, and will hold approximately, but not in excess of, 79.9% of the aggregate voting power of the common stock, treating the Preferred Stock as if converted. The Preferred Stock will remain outstanding even if the Credit Facility is repaid in full or otherwise terminates.
Pursuant to the Credit Facility, AIG is required to hold a special shareholders meeting to amend its restated certificate of incorporation to increase its share capitalization and to lower the par value of its common stock in order to permit the conversion of the Preferred Stock into common stock. Once this amendment is effective, the Preferred Stock will be convertible at any time into 79.9% of the shares of common stock outstanding at the time of issuance.
AIG is required to enter into a customary registration rights agreement that will permit the NY Fed to require AIG to register the Preferred Stock and the underlying common stock under the Securities Act of 1933.
The Credit Facility will be secured by a pledge of the capital stock and assets of certain of AIG’s subsidiaries, subject to exclusions for certain property the pledge of which is not permitted by AIG debt instruments, as well as exclusions of assets of regulated subsidiaries, assets of foreign subsidiaries and assets of special purpose vehicles.
Question: have you really performed any service with your posting (other than waste my time). Recommend you actually read and report on the agreement filed with the 8-K rather than simply reiterate the statement from the 8-K (without any attribution or citation whatsoever). have you really added anything, anything at all? p.s. i believe the margin over libor for drawn loans is misstated in the 8-K. it reads as 350 basis points over such reference rate.