The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York has confirmed Revlon’s plan of reorganization. The plan positions Revlon to emerge from bankruptcy in late April, consistent with the timeline announced at the beginning of the restructuring.
Revlon and certain of its subsidiaries filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
SLR Credit Solutions closed a $130 million senior secured last out term loan for Revlon, which used proceeds from the transaction to refinance existing debt and to provide enhanced liquidity and flexibility.
MidCap Financial replaced Citibank as the collateral agent and administrative agent for the amended 2016 revolving credit agreement of Revlon Consumer Products. MidCap Financial and Apollo affiliates provided the $270 million tranche A revolving credit facility as tranche A revolving lenders.
Revlon Holdings, a wholly owned indirect foreign subsidiary of Revlon Consumer Products, and its subsidiaries entered into an asset-based term loan credit agreement with Citibank as administrative agent.
Revlon completed the Elizabeth Arden acquisition. As previously announced, Citigroup Global Markets and Bank of America Merrill Lynch provided financing to support the merger.
Revlon will acquire Elizabeth Arden in a deal valued at $870 million. BofA Merrill Lynch and Citigroup Global Markets have committed $2.6 billion to fund the acquisition.
Moody’s Investors confirmed Revlon’s Ba3 CFR and Ba2 senior secured term loan rating concluding the downgrade initiated following the company’s announced $660 million debt-funded acquisition of The Colomer Group.