Provo, Utah - Ancestry.com LLC (the "Company") today announced that it and its subsidiary, Ancestry.com Inc. (the "Borrower"), entered into a new credit agreement, by and among the Borrower, the Company, Ancestry US Holdings Inc., the guarantors party thereto and Morgan Stanley Senior Funding, Inc., as administrative agent, which provides new credit facilities, consisting of a $735 million term loan facility and an $80 million revolving credit facility. The Company, Ancestry US Holdings Inc. and certain subsidiaries of the Company, Ancestry US Holdings Inc. and the Borrower guarantee the new credit facilities. A portion of the proceeds of the term loan facility under the new credit facilities was used to repay the Borrower's existing credit facilities in full and pay fees and expenses related to the refinancing, and the balance of such proceeds, together with cash on the balance sheet, will be used to pay a cash dividend to the Company's shareholders and for general corporate purposes.
Ancestry.com is the world's largest online family history resource with more than 2 million paying subscribers across all its websites. More than 16 billion records have been added, and users have created more than 70 million family trees to the core Ancestry websites, including its flagship site www.ancestry.com and its affiliated international websites. Ancestry.com offers a suite of online family history brands, including Archives.com, Fold3.com, Newspapers.com, as well as the AncestryDNA product, sold by its subsidiary, Ancestry.com DNA, LLC, and the new AncestryHealth product, offered by its subsidiary AncestryHealth.com, LLC, all of which, along with its core Ancestry websites, are designed to empower people to discover, preserve and share their family history.
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