Aecom Credit Agreement

As of December 31, 2019, AECOM had a total of $887 million in payment and cash equivalents, $3.6 billion in total debt, $2.7 billion in net debt, including non-continued operations, and $1.19 billion in unused capacity under its $1.35 billion revolving credit facility. however, provided that an order within the meaning of this section 7.05 (with the exception of clauses (a), (d), (d), (l) or (lq) (ii) on the date of the agreement (or (x) in the case of MS Disposition and (y) is intended for the fair value of this property in writing, at the time of the company`s agreement or such a restricted agreement. In connection with the revised credit agreement, AECOM will submit a Form 8-K to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Forward-Looking States: All statements contained in this press release, with the exception of historical facts, are « forward-looking statements » for federal and regional securities law, including statements on future interest rates and bank charges, the conduct of future credit agreements, future bond cancellations, future interest rate declines, and future economic and sectoral conditions. Actual results may differ materially from those projected or assumed in any of our forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from our forward-looking statements are included in our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the year ended June 30, 2016 and in our other reports submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. AECOM does not intend or undertake to update any forward-looking statements. LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)-Feb. 8, 2021– AECOM (NYSE:ACM), the world`s leading infrastructure consulting company, announced today that it has made a change to its existing secure credit systems. The amendment extends the duration of the facilities until 2026 and reduces the company`s borrowing costs that meet the needs of the professional services company. The amended facilities consist of a $1.15 billion revolving credit facility and a $247 million long-term credit facility in the United States. (iii) in the event of a turnaround event involving the company or one of its restricted subsidiaries; which, in such a case, results in net cash proceedings by that individual, the Company has a total loan capital of 100% of net cash proceeds of more than $50,000,000, in total net cash receipts received from all of these recovery events.

to be paid in the previous 12-month period. as soon as this person receives (the advances to be applied in clauses v) and viii) below; provided that, when choosing the business (as the company notified the administrative officer within 45 days of the date of the recovery event), when choosing the business (as was notified to the administrative officer within 45 days of the recovery date), and as long as no failure event occurred and continues , the company or a limited subsidiary may reinvest all or part of this net cash receipts into the replacement amount. either the restoration of real estate or assets for which such net cash products have been paid, or operating assets; as long as such a reinvestment has been concluded (or a final agreement on such reinvestment) within 365 days of receiving such a net amount of cash (B) if a final agreement (including a construction agreement, without limitation) was concluded within this 365-day period, this reinvestment is established within 180 days of the expiry of this 365-day period (in the event of recovery events related to AECOM Capital or a small subsidiary of AECOM Capital, within two years of receiving these net revenues; and provided that all net revenues that are not reinvested in such a final agreement or if they are reinvested immediately in advance