Tyson Foods Credit Agreement
Cravath represented Bank of America, N.A., as administrative agent in connection with the $250 million revolving credit facility agreement made available to Baptist Health South Florida, Inc., a non-profit healthcare organization that manages medical places, surgical facilities and hospitals. The transaction closed on June 19, 2020. Interest on loans under the agreement will be incurred and payable in accordance with Tyson`s corporate rating, according to the filing. The loan is intended to finance Tyson and to refinance or reduce the company`s outstanding debt. Cravath represented citibank, N.A., when administrative agents were made available to Blackstone/GSO Secured Lending Fund, an externally managed, non-diversified private investment firm, under the $550 million credit facility agreement. The transaction closed on June 15, 2020. EVEN IF A PARTY OR ITS AFFILIATES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGE. SELLER HEREBY DISCIES ALL WARRANTIES OF MARKET ACCESSIBILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. Full Agreement. These terms and conditions, together with the order and sale contract or buyer`s agreement, if any, constitute the entire agreement between buyer and Tyson regarding an order.
No supplement or waiver of these terms and conditions, whether included in Buyer`s order, shipping authorization, or elsewhere, is bound by Tyson unless an officer of Tyson Foods, Inc. Credit agrees in writing. All orders are subject to approval by Tyson`s credit department.