CIT Group Inc. has two stress-inducing deadlines looming on the horizon: Friday, for a debt tender offer, and Oct. 1, for a restructuring plan.
In a regulatory filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, CIT said the first steps of its restructuring plan are to complete a tender offer for its outstanding $1 billion in senior notes due Monday. It already reached an agreement with major bondholders for a $3 billion secured term loan facility, which has been drawn down. Presuming the tender offer is successful, neither CIT nor the steering committee of the bondholder lending group intends to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection.
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