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Dun & Bradstreet Announces Closing of Incremental Term Loans

Dun & Bradstreet Announces Closing of Incremental Term Loans
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Jacksonville, Florida – (work wire) – Today Dun & Bradstreet Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: DNB), the leading global provider of business decision data and analytics, announces that its indirect subsidiary Dun & Bradstreet Corporation (the “borrower”) has completed the issuance of additional term loans for a total amount of $460.0 million (” Additional Term Loans”) incurred pursuant to the Borrower’s exercise of its option to request additional Term Loans under its secured credit facility. The additional term loans are secured on the basis of a master guarantee by each of the subsidiaries of the borrower which guarantee the indebtedness under the secured credit facilities of the borrower.

The Borrower used the net proceeds of the additional term loans (i) to finance the previously announced redemption of all outstanding 6.875% First Mortgage Notes due 2026 and (ii) pay fees, costs, premiums and related expenses. The additional term loans will bear interest at a rate equal to SOFR plus 3.25% and mature on January 18, 2029. Except as provided in the amended Master Secured Credit Facility documents, all other terms applicable to additional term loans are the same as the existing term loans that were in effect prior to the issuance These additional loans.

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Dun & Bradstreet, the leading global provider of business decision-making data and analytics, enables companies around the world to improve their business performance. Dun & Bradstreet’s Data Cloud delivers solutions and insights that enable customers to accelerate revenue, reduce cost, mitigate risk, and transform their business. Since 1841, businesses of all sizes have relied on Dun & Bradstreet to help them manage risk and uncover opportunity.

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