• On June 8, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (the “Boston Fed”) released updated and revised Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Program (“MSLP”). On June 11, the Boston Fed released updated and revised documentation with respect to the MSLP.
  • For Lenders: On June 15, the MSLP Program went live for lender registration. Click here for more details and to register.
  • Definitions:

  • “New Loans” are those MSLP loans originating on or after April 24, 2020 in a minimum principal amount of $250,000 up to a maximum principal amount that is the lesser of (i) $35 million or (ii) an amount that, when added to the borrower’s existing outstanding and undrawn available debt, is less than or equal to 4.0x the borrower’s 2019 adjusted EBITDA.
  • “Priority Loans” are those MSLP loans originating on or after April 24, 2020 in a minimum principal amount of $250,000 up to a maximum principal amount that is the lesser of (i) $50 million or (ii) an amount that, when added to the borrower’s existing outstanding and undrawn available debt, is less than or equal to 6.0x the borrower’s adjusted 2019 EBIDTA.
  • “Expanded Loans” are those upsized tranches of the borrower’s existing loans (those loans originated before April 24, 2020) ranging from a minimum principal amount of $10 million up to a maximum principal amount that is the lesser of (i) $300 million or (ii) an amount that, when added to the borrower’s existing outstanding and undrawn available debt, is less than or equal