Alliance Healthcare Amends Credit Agreement

Colter, Allison Bisbey
October 2011
High Yield Report;10/3/2011, p29
This article reports on the move of Alliance HealthCare Services to amend its credit facility in 2011. The company reduced the amount of funds available and speed up amortization. It is required to maintain a maximum ratio of consolidated total debt under the amended credit agreement. In addition, Alliance reduced the amount it can borrow under its revolving credit facility.


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