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With cash tight, Sears REIT deal takes on new importance

By Nathan Layne

Feb 26 (Reuters) – Weak sales and tight cash levels at Sears Holdings Corp have added urgency to Chief Executive Eddie Lampert’s plan to generate cash by spinning off stores into a trust.

The retailer announced on Thursday that it would go ahead with the plan to sell 200 to 300 stores to a real estate investment trust in May or June, raising at least $2 billion. It was the first time it put a figure or timetable on the move.

Some investors were disappointed that Sears didn’t announce a definitive launch for the REIT, floated as an idea by the company in November. They were also spooked by weak sales during the holiday season and its cash balance, which halved from a year earlier to $250 million, a level one analyst called “grossly inadequate” for a retailer of its size.

The stock slid 4.8 percent to $36.05.

“Everyone knew they were sort of running out and that’s why they are going to do the REIT. They need the money and that’s really the only other place they can raise a significant amount,” said Chad Brand, head of Seattle-based Peridot Capital Management, which holds Sears bonds.

Sears says it has ample financial resources to meet its obligations, with $1.2 billion in available liquidity including a revolving credit line. Outside of the REIT, it has indicated it could sell other assets, such as its auto centers business, and is cutting subleasing deals with retailers to raise cash.

Still, a lot is riding on the REIT. While most analysts say it should be able to pull it off, there are some complicating factors such as setting fair purchase and leasing terms and working around U.S. tax rules designed to prevent small groups from having voting control of a REIT. This is an issue because Sears is closely held by a few large investors, including Lampert and his hedge fund.

Sears has yet to disclose a cash flow statement, expected when it files its annual report. Brand estimates that it burned through about $1.2 billion in the fiscal year ended Jan. 31, including operating losses, pension costs, capex and interest.

At that rate, $2 billion from the REIT could tide Sears over for two years while it shrinks its store network further and pursues its “asset-light” strategy centered on growing its online business and a loyalty program called ShopYourWay.

There are other options besides the REIT. For an immediate infusion of cash it could draw down on the revolver. It could also unload assets or sell stock or loans in deals anchored by Lampert, as it did multiple times last year.


But conditions are tight. On Thursday it announced that it would repay half of one such financing, a $400 million loan to Lampert’s hedge fund, and extend the remaining $200 million until June 1 or until it can close on the REIT deal.

And while its earnings showed some improvement in the latest quarter, with a measure of profit excluding pension and other costs turning positive for the first time in two years, the outlook remains uncertain. On a net basis it booked its eleventh straight quarterly loss and sales fell sharply at Sears stores.

Evan Mann, a credit analyst at Gimme Credit, said the company would need to sell other assets if it can’t launch the REIT as planned this year.

“A billion dollars probably isn’t going to be enough for the year,” said Mann, referring to the available liquidity. “My assumption is they are going to keep burning the furniture to keep the store open.” (Reporting by Nathan Layne; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)

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0 Percent Car Financing Could Save You Thousands


It’s car-buying season and if you read this column often, you know that when it comes to vehicles, I’m a fan of buying used and paying cash. But I’m also a realist. I know many of you are fans of buying new and taking out a loan. Here’s how you can save even if you disagree with my approach: 0 percent financing.

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As a consumer reporter, I was skeptical of free auto financing, at first. After all in other businesses “0 Percent Interest!” is a come-on with potentially dangerous consequences. Take the furniture industry. Typically, if you sign up for zero percent interest on furniture, you have a year to pay off the loan in full. If you don’t, then not only are you charged interest, the interest is retroactive to the date of your purchase. Ugh. I’m happy to say that is not the case in the auto industry.

Zero percent loans are a good deal for car dealers, because cars are such a huge purchase that it’s a way to get people to buy. And they’re a good deal for customers because they can save you money, according to auto website

“I think people don’t realize how much you save by getting a lower interest rate,” said Edmunds Senior Consumer Advice Editor Philip Reed. “If people took the time to calculate it they would be stunned by how much they’re paying in interest and that’s money that’s lost forever.”

Actually, you don’t have to calculate it yourself. A new analysis by Edmunds says a zero percent loan can save you as much as $3,554 compared with a typical auto financing deal! To give you an idea, the website did the math using a $28,000 loan at 4.31 percent for 67 months.

Understanding the potential savings means you should actually factor zero percent financing into your car shopping. If you’re trying to choose between two different makes and models, perhaps you can break the tie by going with the one that has a free financing deal. Edmunds lists these deals on the Incentives and Rebates page of its site.

A few things to know:

•Free financing is only offered to people with tip-top credit.

•Most zero loans are shorter, like three years long.

•Incentives such as zero percent financing are often regional. Be sure to plug your zip code into Edmunds to find the offers for your area.

•Zero percent financing is most common for vans, followed by non-luxury cars and non-luxury SUVs.

And one final warning from your humble columnist who’d rather see you buy used and pay cash: don’t let a zero percent financing deal lure you into buying a more expensive car than you can really afford. And keep that car as long as you can stand it to save the most money of all.

Opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author.

Elisabeth Leamy is a 20-year consumer advocate for programs such as “Good Morning America” and “The Dr. Oz Show.” She is the author of Save BIG and The Savvy Consumer. Elisabeth is also a professional speaker, delivering talks nationwide on saving money, media relations, and career success. Elisabeth receives her best story tips from readers, so please connect with her via Facebook, Twitter or her website, to share your ideas.


Banks get generous to hook clients


Advisers warn mortgage deals offering electronics, cash, furniture may cost people more in long run

Banks are offering cash, TVs and furniture vouchers to entice customers into taking out home loan. Photo / Thinkstock

Banks are offering cash, TVs and furniture vouchers to entice customers into taking out home loans – but experts warn consumers not to be taken in, or it could cost them tens of thousands of dollars.

ASB is offering potential customers a Sony 48-inch TV and PlayStation 4 with new loans of $250,000 or more, while Kiwibank recently offered $2000 cash or a $2500 Freedom Furniture gift card for those willing to transfer their everyday banking and loan to the bank.

ANZ is offering between $1500 and $2000 cash, depending on the loan amount, while Westpac is offering a “healthy cash bonus” with loans worked out with customers “on a case-by-case basis”.

But Karen Tatterson of the Professional Advisers Association said consumers should be wary because there was “no such thing as a free lunch”.

Some people could be tempted by gimmicks and inadvertently sign away tens of thousands of dollars refinancing their loan for a bit of extra cash, she said.

“You have to be very careful your loan isn’t going back to a term that’s longer than you’ve currently got. Banks always write a loan over 30 years, so if you refinance to another bank and you’re 22 years into your home loan, make sure you keep it at the current loan term.

“If you go from a 22 to a 30-year term it could add $20,000 or $30,000 interest to the cost of your loan.”

David Chaston of finance website said the value of loan incentives depended on how they were used.

“If you’re able to negotiate a good deal with the bank, ignoring the incentive, and then you add the incentive as a bonus you have a very good deal,” he said.

“And you have an even better deal if you can use the cash incentives to pay down your loan.”

Real Estate Institute head Helen O’Sullivan said an increase in marketing activity from banks usually coincided with the spring property uplift, but also warned consumers to be wary of temptation.

“You’ve got to weigh up the value of it with the overall package that is being offered …

“Don’t get blinded to the downside of the financial cost of something because of the excitement of getting a new PlayStation.”

ASB’s head of home lending and small business Vince Clark said the bank’s spring package was in reaction to it being a typically busier season for house sales activity.

Kiwibank spokesman Bruce Thompson said its promotion was designed to keep the bank on mortgage shoppers’ radars.

“It’s a very competitive market and Kiwibank has never taken the approach of sitting back and waiting for the phone to ring.”

ANZ head of mortgages Sarah Berry said the bank had offered cash with home lending since 2012 and the home loan market in New Zealand was very competitive.

Westpac said every customer’s situation was different and the bank worked with them on a case-by-case basis to ensure they have the right solution for their circumstances.

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Compass Diversified Holdings Expands Term Loan Facility by $30 Million and Lowers Interest Rate by 1.25%

WESTPORT, Conn., April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Compass Diversified Holdings (CODI) (“CODI” or the “Company”), an owner of leading middle market businesses, announced today that on April 3, 2013 it exercised an option under the Company’s credit agreement, dated as of October 27, 2011, to borrow an incremental term loan in the amount of $30 million. The incremental term loan, arranged by TD Securities and issued at par value, increases the Company’s aggregate outstanding borrowings under its term loan facility to approximately $281.9 million. The increased term loan facility will require quarterly payments of approximately $0.7 million with a final payment of the outstanding principal balance due in October 2017.

Concurrent with the incremental term loan borrowing, CODI amended the pricing terms of its term loan facility. Under the terms of the amendment, amounts borrowed now bear interest at either LIBOR plus a margin of 4.00%, as compared to the previous LIBOR margin of 5.00% or base rate plus a margin of 3.00% as compared to the previous base rate margin of 4.00%. In addition, the LIBOR floor was reduced from 1.25% to 1.00%. CODI utilized $27.0 million of the net proceeds from the incremental term loan to reduce borrowings outstanding under its $290 million revolving credit facility. As a result, there are no current borrowings outstanding under the revolving credit facility at closing.

CODI also announced it has amended the pricing terms of its revolving credit facility, which is subject to borrowing base restrictions. Under the terms of the amendment, amounts borrowed now bear interest based on a leverage ratio defined in the credit agreement at either LIBOR plus a margin ranging from 2.50% to 3.50%, as compared to the previous margin that ranged from 3.00% to 4.00%, or base rate plus a margin ranging from 1.50% to 2.50% as compared to the previous margin that ranged from 2.00% to 3.00%. In addition, the unused fee for the revolving credit facility was reduced from 1.00% to 0.75% when leverage is lower than a defined ratio and the maturity date for the revolving credit facility was extended by six months to April 2017. All other terms of the credit agreement remain unchanged.

Alan Offenberg, CODI’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are pleased to be able to take advantage of the favorable credit market conditions and amend our term loan facility for the second time over the past year. Our amended term loan facility, combined with our amended revolver, further reduces CODI’s borrowing costs and enhances the Company’s financial flexibility. We appreciate the ongoing support of our lending group and remain focused on leveraging CODI’s balance sheet strength to invest in high-return organic growth initiatives and capitalize on attractive platform and add-on acquisitions that are accretive to Cash Flow.”

Additional information on the amended credit agreement will be available on the Company’s current report on Form 8-K that will be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week.

About Compass Diversified Holdings (“CODI”)
CODI owns and manages a diverse family of established North American middle market businesses. Each of its eight current subsidiaries is a leader in their niche market.

CODI maintains controlling ownership interests in each of its subsidiaries in order to maximize its ability to impact long term cash flow generation and value. The Company provides both debt and equity capital for its subsidiaries, contributing to their financial and operating flexibility. CODI utilizes the cash flows generated by its subsidiaries to invest in the long-term growth of the Company and to make cash distributions to its owners.

Our subsidiaries are engaged in the following lines of business:

The manufacture of quick-turn, prototype and production rigid printed circuit boards (Advanced Circuits,; The design and manufacture of promotionally priced upholstered furniture (American Furniture Manufacturing,; The design and manufacture of medical therapeutic support surfaces and other wound treatment devices (Anodyne Medical Device, also doing business and known as Tridien Medical,; The manufacture of engineered magnetic solutions for a wide range of specialty applications and end-markets (Arnold Magnetic Technologies,; The design and manufacture of personal hydration products for outdoor, recreation and military use (CamelBak Products,; The design and marketing of wearable baby carriers, strollers and related products (ERGObaby,; The design, manufacture and marketing of premium suspension products for mountain bikes and powered off-road vehicles (FOX,; The design and manufacture of premium home and gun safes (Liberty Safe,

To find out more about Compass Diversified Holdings, please visit

This press release may contain certain forward-looking statements, including statements with regard to the future performance of the Company. Words such as “believes,” “expects,” “projects,” and “future” or similar expressions, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are subject to the inherent uncertainties in predicting future results and conditions. Certain factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected in these forward-looking statements, and some of these factors are enumerated in the risk factor discussion in the Form 10-K filed by CODI with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the year ended December 31, 2012 and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. CODI undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.


Food vouchers to provide emergency help but prevent spending on alcohol

“Food stamps” arrive in Britain next month, when tens of thousands of vulnerable people will be issued with food vouchers in lieu of money to tide them over short-term financial crises.

Rather than, as now, offering a cash loan, most councils will from April offer new applicants who qualify for emergency assistance a one-off voucher redeemable for goods such as food and nappies.

Many of the 150 local authorities in England running welfare schemes have confirmed that they will issue the vouchers in the form of payment cards, which will be blocked or monitored to prevent the holder using them for alcohol, cigarettes or gambling.

Several plan to issue charity food parcels to people applying for crisis help, and are preparing to give cash grants to food banks to enable them to take on full-time staff and increase opening hours.

Each authority has drawn up eligibility rules, setting out who will qualify for crisis help and the conditions under which it will be given. One plans to make emergency help conditional on good behaviour.

The shift to in-kind and voluntary assistance follows the decision last year to abolish the government-run social fund and to replace it with more than 150 welfare assistance schemes, operated by English local authorities and the Welsh and Scottish governments.

The social fund – known as the “backstop” of the welfare system – typically offered small loans of about £50, repayable against future benefits, to help vulnerable individuals who faced short-term crises as a result of having cash stolen or benefits delayed.

A separate set of cash grants, typically worth about £1,000, was made to people with a disability, ex-prisoners and victims of domestic violence, to enable them to buy or replace items that would help them live independently, such as beds, clothing and kitchen utensils.

Although social fund spending represents a relatively tiny chunk of the social security bill, there is concern that the new arrangements will for the first time build into mainstream welfare provision the distribution of food voluntarily donated by the public, schools and businesses.

Lady Lister, a Labour peer and poverty expert, said the shift from cash loans to in-kind help would leave the most vulnerable people “high and dry”.

“The social fund was a safety net under the safety net,” Lister said. “I do not call putting money into food banks a safety net.”

Some fear the use of in-kind vouchers will repeat the shortcomings of cashless payment cards, issued to asylum seekers. Critics said these cards left users unable to buy essential non-food items, and made them more likely to turn to risky or criminal ways of obtaining cash.

One welfare charity worker said: “There’s a lot of naivety. The social fund is big, and meets a whole range of needs. There’s going to be an awful lot of people that will need to tap into its successor.”

But councils say huge reductions, in some cases cuts of up to a third, in the amount allocated to support people in hardship have left them with no option but to offer vouchers, refer applicants to food banks and secondhand furniture projects, and to drastically tighten eligibility. The government spent £230m on the social fund in 2009-10 but has allocated £178m to local authorities for 2013-14.

Inquiries by the Guardian found that:

• Conservative-run Hampshire council plans to invest a big chunk of its welfare fund allocation in charities and food banks. Over time, it hopes to stop offering food vouchers as part of a shift towards “reducing the entitlement culture”.

• Labour-run Manchester city council will offer successful applicants low-interest loans of up to £200 a year, with a credit union, rather than food vouchers. It says in future years grants for furniture and cooking utensils will be offered on condition that recipients sign up to “expected behaviours and actions”.

Bristol city council’s crisis fund restricts emergency payments to food, heating, nappies and toiletries. It says the cards “should not be used for cigarettes, alcohol or entertainment”, and if misuse occurs it will seek repayment.

• Labour-controlled Darlington council plans to invest £58,000 in a church food bank, including £30,000 to enable the charity to take on a full-time worker.

From April, thousands of applicants who now have access to crisis help will be turned down under the schemes. Many councils plan to refer the expected rising numbers of unsuccessful applicants to soup kitchens and other charities.

Alison Garnham, chief executive of the Child Poverty Action Group, said: “Local authorities have been given a difficult task, to deliver support on a reduced budget at a time of rising need.

“But we are seriously concerned that some authorities will not be providing any access to cash to families to meet their essential needs, and may be offering support in a way that serves to stigmatise those who need it.”

Others have warned that people who are turned down for crisis help will turn to crime, begging or loan sharks. Almost all authorities are bracing themselves for an expected rise in demand for crisis support from April, when the bulk of the benefit reforms, aimed at saving £18bn, are introduced. Among these is the so-called bedroom tax.

There is also nervousness that any glitches in universal credit, from October, will see an increase in poorer households seeking help from welfare schemes.

The government, and some charities, have argued that the existing system of crisis loans was abused by people – often young men – who did not use the loans for genuine emergencies. They argue the new system will discourage dependency, more efficiently directing scarce resources at the people who most need them.

The Guardian also found that:

• The cost of administering each of the 150-plus new welfare assistance schemes is typically equivalent to around 20% of the value of the entire local fund. Several authorities, including the Welsh government, have outsourced the running of the voucher schemes to private contractors.

• Local authorities are worried that the new patchwork of welfare assistance systems will lead to a postcode lottery, with vulnerable people moving to apply for crisis help in more “generous” boroughs.

• There are concerns that some welfare systems will not be ready by 1 April. The Furniture Re-use Network said a survey showed two-thirds of its members believed the new system would not be in place in time. There are concerns that, despite huge growth in the numbers of food banks in the past two years, many parts of the country will have little charity food assistance capacity.


Loans at 500pc interest

Interest-free but don’t be late paying.

Christmas shoppers are being tempted with offers of “interest-free” cash loans – but some expect repayment within two weeks before an interest rate in excess of 500 per cent kicks in.

Cash Burst Ltd – trading as Cashburst – has been advertising on radio throughout December, offering “interest-free” loans of $500.

But the interest-free period is only for two weeks. After that, interest is charged at a rate of 552 per cent per annum.

Cashburst said the interest-free period had only just expired for most of its first raft of Christmas customers, so it couldn’t say how many had been charged interest.

It sets up loans for a maximum term of six weeks. A customer who took a $500 loan interest-free for two weeks, and then took a further four to pay it back, would be charged $230 in interest.

But if the customer was unable to pay the loan off within six weeks and instead took a year, that $500 loan would cost them $2790, plus penalties. The average Cashburst loan is about $300 over a 30-day period, attracting interest of $138.

North Shore Budgeting Service’s Brian Pethybridge was aghast at the interest rates. “Next they’ll be asking for children as collateral.”

He said it was a huge concern and people could get into “financial slavery” to lenders. “Contracts are always all in favour of the lender. If it’s so easy to get cash, there’s always a catch.”

Darryl Evans, of Mangere Budgeting Service, said he had one client who took out a $137 loan which turned into more than $1600 when her furniture was repossessed and charges for its storage were added to the loan. “There are a lot of families with bad credit who are often left with no other alternative. I would consider these rates to be in loan shark territory.”

Evelyn Cole, of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, said the rates were not unusual: “The issue you’ve identified is with small amount loans or loan sharks, depending on how you choose to describe them.”

All financial services firms have to be registered with a disputes resolution scheme.

Other lenders with high interest rates include Payday Loans, which advertises rates “as low as 1.38 per cent a day” – 503 per cent per annum. charges an even higher rate of 547.5 per cent per year, while the biggest we found was Cash in a Flash, advertising “Christmas loans for Kiwis” at 584 per cent per year for new customers.

Cashburst’s director is listed as Steven Thomas Vodanovich. A man who answered the phone at his house, and would not give his name, said the company would only answer questions via email.

A person signing as “Captain Cashburst” said: “The rate is similar to competing unsecured short-term lending products.”

Financial Services Complaints Ltd chief executive Susan Taylor said there had not been complaints against Cashburst. “If there were complaints we’d be looking to make sure the interest rates were properly disclosed and there was no undue influence at the time of signing.”

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Failure to manage cash major weakness of Malay entrepreneurs, says Dr M

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 28 — Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has noted poor cash management as among the main weaknesses of Malay entrepreneurs.

He said Malay entrepreneurs often regarded money as an item for purchasing things they desired while it should instead be regarded as capital, which if invested wisely, could generate lucrative returns.

“Management of cash is very important but the problem is when they have money, they want to spend. For instance, (they) take a bank loan of RM1 million but half of it is spent on buying a Mercedes and other things, and only RM500,000 is used for business.

“This means the interest is now doubled because that RM500,000 must pay the interest on RM1 million. It means your profit margin must be very much higher in order to repay the loan,” he said at a luncheon talk held in conjunction with the Bumiputera Timber Industry Entrepreneurs’ Gathering at the Maritime Centre, here, today.

Also present was Plantation Industries and Commodities Deputy Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainudin.

Dr Mahathir said there were also cases where Malay entrepreneurs participated in renowned and successful franchise business, yet they failed because they were not good in managing cash as they used the money on other things instead of buying stocks.

Therefore, he said, they needed to be taught good cash management; to keep part of the profits so as to continue doing business or expanding it.

Later, at a press conference, Dr Mahathir said managing cash could be introduced in school so that the future generations would learn to value money from young and able to manage their finances well.

He said to be successful in business, an entrepreneur must work hard, work smart, determine what he wanted to do through market research and diversify his products.

“A small starting capital is not a problem, as most businesses tend to start small while now there are so loan facilities available to start a business.”

He said merging with other companies was also possible in order to explore bigger markets, where they also needed to learn working with others and not be individualistic.

After the talk, Hamzah witnessed the signing of an agreement between the Malaysian Furniture Entrepreneurs Association (MFEA), Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Furniture Entrepreneurs Association (KLSFEA), Muar Furniture Association (MFA) and Malaysian Furniture Industry Council (MFIC) for the organising of The Export Furniture Exhibition (EFE) 2013 from March 6-10, next year. — Bernama


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