Umbrella Facility Agreement

12th October 2021

Umbrella Facility Agreement

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Umbrella institutions also offer funds the opportunity to tailor their financing requirements to a club of lenders who can provide all the necessary facilities. The facility should be able to be selected at its discretion for the lender, based on their ability to provide certain organizations. Where revolving or complementary facilities are required, lenders are able to provide such facilities (and, where applicable, the necessary rating). Lenders who can only provide long-term debt may be selected to provide a portion of the temporary credit facilities. This last point also improves the ability to synthesize this type of facility to non-bank lenders (or other) lenders, which provides lenders with greater liquidity and possibly increased price competition for the borrower. Where a fund structure groups companies in a number of different legal disciplines, there may be tax problems with some lenders lending in certain jurisdictions, so that a club of lenders can be organised so that the lenders concerned lend to certain companies within the structure in order to avoid withholding tax problems. A revolving credit facility is a type of loan granted by a financial institution that offers the borrower the opportunity to claim or withdraw it, repay it and withdraw it. It is essentially a variable rate (fluctuating) line of credit. One type of roof facility (“Model A”) includes the documentation of individual entities with an unesyed credit facility agreement. This is a framework in which a fund may, from time to time, request facilities from lenders, subject to an overall ceiling of facilities agreed in advance.

The facilities that can be requested generally include maturity, refinancing and accreditation facilities. As a general rule, SSS can also join as borrowers for certain facilities or a single facility, their commitments being guaranteed by the Fund (or by committing the Fund to make available to its subsidiary SPV funds that can be imposed by a lender). The basic guarantee package of a loan facility operates on the same basis as any other fund financing operation. As noted above, the lender`s primary reliance on the unsused obligations of the Fund`s investors is and, therefore, the lender requires the guarantee on unclaimed liabilities and the guarantee on the bank account into which the proceeds of those bonds are paid when used. Where feeder funds exist between a borrower/guarantee fund and the investors to whom the lenders are called upon to use, these feeder funds generally provide guarantees and guarantees on the unsused liabilities of their investors. In this way, lenders always have a direct guarantee on each investor`s bonds, whether that investor is a direct investor in the fund or an indirect investor via a feeder vehicle. . . .

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