NEW YORK, December 09, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PVH Corp. [NYSE: PVH] announced that it has refinanced its previously outstanding senior credit facilities using the proceeds from new senior credit facilities and cash on hand. The new credit facilities are senior unsecured obligations of PVH Corp. and contain operating covenants that are typical for an investment grade rated borrower.
The new credit facilities provide for upsized revolving credit facilities, with availability in an aggregate amount of $1.2 billion (consisting of a multicurrency facility and a Hong Kong dollar facility), and an approximately €440.6 million euro-denominated Term Loan A facility. The new Term Loan A facility and the new revolving credit facilities will mature in December 2027 (effectively a three and a half year extension of the maturity date under PVH Corp.’s previously outstanding senior credit facilities).
With the closing of this transaction, PVH maintains its existing capital structure, and expects no material changes to its interest expense as a result of this transaction.
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PVH is one of the world's largest and most admired fashion companies, connecting with consumers in over 40 countries. Our global iconic brands include Calvin Klein and TOMMY HILFIGER. Our 140-year history is built on the strength of our brands, our team and our commitment to drive fashion forward for good. That's the Power of Us. That's the Power of PVH.
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