The Notes are held only in book-entry form through The Depository Trust Company (“DTC”). DTC will redeem the Notes in accordance with its procedures and notify holders. Holders of the Notes need not take any action to receive payment of the redemption price.
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“At current interest rates, the expected annualized interest savings on the refinancing is approximately $14 million,” said David A. Gardella, DFIN’s executive vice president and chief financial officer. “In addition, while this structure subjects our remaining debt to interest rate movements, a rising rate environment would reduce the net liability related to our defined benefit pension plans. Such a reduction would decrease the amount of required annual contributions, and potentially allow us to annuitize the plans at no cost, eliminating altogether our net pension liability and the related future contributions.”
The Company intends to fund the redemption with a $200 million draw on the Delayed Draw Term A Loan Facility available under its Credit Agreement and cash on its balance sheet.
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