|AECOM filed this Form 8-K on 03/14/2018|
(h) Public Offer.
(i) Each Arranger represents and warrants to the Borrowers as follows:
(A) On behalf of the Borrowers, it made on or before the 30th day after the date of the commitment letter for the Commitment under this Agreement invitations to become a Lender under this Agreement:
(1) to at least ten parties, each of whom, as at the date the relevant invitation is made, the Arrangers relevant officers involved in the transaction on a day to day basis believe carries on the business of providing finance or investing or dealing in securities in the course of operating in financial markets, for the purposes of section 128F(3A)(a)(i) of the Australian Tax Act, and each of whom has been disclosed to the Borrowers; or
(2) in an electronic form that is used by financial markets for dealing in debentures (as defined in section 128F(9) of the Australian Tax Act) or debt interests (as defined in sections 974-15 and 974-20 of the Australian Tax Act).
(B) At least ten of the parties to whom the Arrangers have made or will make invitations referred to in clause (h)(i)(A) above are not, as at the date the invitations are made, to the knowledge of the relevant officers of the Arrangers involved in this Transaction, Associates of any of the others of those ten offerees or the Arrangers.
(C) It has not made and will not make offers or invitations referred to in clause (h)(i)(A) above to parties whom its relevant officers involved in the transaction on a day to day basis are aware are Offshore Associates of the relevant Borrowers.
(ii) Each Borrower confirms that none of the potential offerees whose names were disclosed to it by the Arrangers the date of this Agreement were known or suspected by it to be an Offshore Associate of that Borrower or an Associate of any such offeree.
(iii) Each Lender represents and warrants to each Borrower that, if it received an invitation under clause (i)(A)(1) above, at the time it received the invitation it was carrying on the business of providing finance, or investing or dealing in securities, in the course of operating in financial markets.
(iv) Each Arranger and each Lender will provide to the Borrowers when reasonably requested by the Borrowers any factual information in its possession or which it is reasonably able to provide to assist the Borrowers to demonstrate (based upon tax advice received by the Borrowers) that section 128F of the Australian Tax Act has been satisfied where to do so will not in the Arrangers or Lenders reasonable opinion breach any law or regulation or any duty of confidence.
(v) If, for any reason, the requirements of section 128F of the Australian Tax Act have not been satisfied in relation to interest payable on Loans (except to an Offshore Associate of a Borrower), then on request by an Arranger, Administrative Agent or a Borrower, each party shall co-operate and take steps reasonably requested with a view to satisfying those requirements:
(A) where a Lender breached clause (i) or (iii) above, at the cost of that Lender; or
(B) in all other cases, at the cost of the Borrowers.
(i) Survival. Each partys obligations under this Section 3.01 shall survive the resignation or replacement of the Administrative Agent or any assignment of rights by, or the replacement of, a Lender or an L/C Issuer, the termination of the Commitments and the repayment, satisfaction or discharge of all other Obligations.