IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Montrose Environmental Group, Inc. (the “Company,” “Montrose” or “MEG”) (NYSE: MEG) announced today that the Company has closed on the repricing of its $175 million term loan facility. The interest rate spread on the term loan was reduced by 50 basis points to LIBOR, with a 1.00% floor, plus 4.50%, compared to the prior rate of LIBOR, with a 1.00% floor, plus 5.00%. The interest rate on the Company’s revolving credit facility was unchanged at LIBOR plus 3.5% and the maturity date on both facilities remains unchanged in 2025.
Allan Dicks, Montrose’s Chief Financial Officer, stated, “This reduction in borrowing rates reflects the ongoing progress we have made in strengthening our balance sheet and improving our operational performance. This successful repricing provides us with additional financial flexibility to execute on our strategic initiatives and underscores the strong relationships we maintain with our financial partners.”
Montrose is a leading environmental services company focused on supporting commercial and government organizations as they deal with the challenges of today, and prepare for what’s coming tomorrow. With 1,700 employees across 70 locations around the world, Montrose combines deep local knowledge with an integrated approach to design, engineering, and operations, enabling the Company to respond effectively and efficiently to the unique requirements of each project. From comprehensive air measurement and laboratory services to regulatory compliance, emergency response, permitting, engineering, and remediation, Montrose delivers innovative and practical solutions that keep its clients on top of their immediate needs – and well ahead of the strategic curve. For more information, visit www.montrose-env.com.
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