|9 Months Ended|
Sep. 30, 2021
Effective on April 30, 2021 (the “Closing Date”), Assure Networks Texas Holdings II, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Assure Holdings (the “Purchaser”), entered into an Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Purchase Agreement”) with Sentry Neuromonitoring, LLC (the “Seller”), and certain owners (collectively “Principals”).
Under the terms of the Purchase Agreement, Assure Texas Holdings agreed to purchase certain assets (“Acquired Assets”) related to the Seller’s interoperative neuromonitoring business (the “Business”) and assumed certain liabilities of the Seller. The Acquired Assets included, among other items, all assets used in the Business, certain tangible personal property, inventory, Seller’s records related to the Business, deposits and prepaid expenses, certain contracts related to the Business, licenses, intellectual property, goodwill and accounts receivables. The purchase qualified as a business combination for accounting purposes.
The purchase price for the assets consisted of cash and stock, payable as follows:
Cash consideration of $1,125,000 in installment payments, payable (a) $153,125 at closing, (b) $153,125 within 30 days of Closing Date and (c) $818,750, together with interest at the applicable federal rate, shall be paid in cash in thirty-six equal monthly installments, with the first installment being due on or before the first business day of the first month following the sixtieth day from the Closing Date and the remaining installments being due on the first business day of each month thereafter.
The Company issued 237,226 shares of common stock issued to the Seller or the Principals, as elected by Seller, with a value of $1,625,000, determined on the Closing Date, as quoted on the TSX Venture Exchange, on or about the Closing Date and 94,891 shares of common stock were placed in escrow with a value of $650,000 and are being held by the Escrow Agent pursuant to terms set forth in an escrow agreement to be mutually agreed to by Purchaser and Seller. The common stock is subject to regulatory restrictions and requirements and a 12 month lock up from the date of delivery, in addition to any additional lock up period imposed on the common stock under applicable law and/or regulation,
Reimbursement to Seller for operational capital injected by Seller or its Principals since December 31, 2020, for verifiable and reasonable expenses, consistent with past business practices up to a cap of $50 thousand.
Purchaser agreed to pay Seller or the Principals, as elected by Seller, a bonus in an amount equal to $250,000 (“Receivable Bonus”) upon collecting $3,000,001 in accounts receivable acquired by Purchaser for accounts receivable that was generated by Seller prior to the Closing. The Receivable Bonus, if earned, will be paid to Seller or the Principals, as elected by Seller, in three payments: (i) the first payment being in the amount of $100 thousand, payable on the thirtieth (30th) day following the date the Receivable Bonus is earned, (ii) the second payment being in the amount of $100 thousand, payable on the sixtieth (60th) day following the date the
Receivable Bonus is earned, and (iii) the third payment in the amount of $50 thousand, payable on the ninetieth (90th) day following the date the Receivable Bonus is earned.
The Registrant agreed to pay a $50 thousand bonus (“Founders’ Bonus”) payment to certain owners in installments: (i) $25 thousand at Closing and (ii) $25 thousand within twelve (12) months of Closing. The Founders’ Bonus is additional consideration, which is independent, separate and apart from other consideration to be paid by Purchaser.
Under the Purchase Agreement, Purchaser agreed to enter into employment agreements with certain key personnel of Seller, as determined by Purchaser. The employment agreements, in standard form of employment agreement of Purchaser, include: (i) a minimum annual base salary of $175 thousand with full benefits and (ii) up to $50 thousand in annual variable compensation bonus to be memorialized in a mutually agreeable form of agreement that details the scope of services and compensation.
The initial accounting for the acquisition of Sentry is incomplete as we, with the support of our valuation specialist, are in the process of finalizing the fair market value calculations of the acquired net assets. In addition, the Company is in the process of reviewing the applicable future cash flows used in determining the purchase accounting. As a result, the amounts recorded in the consolidated financial statements related to the Sentry acquisition are preliminary and the measurement period remains open. The following table summarizes the preliminary allocation of the total consideration to the assets acquired and liabilities assumed as of the date of the acquisition (in thousands):
The entire disclosure for a business combination (or series of individually immaterial business combinations) completed during the period, including background, timing, and recognized assets and liabilities. The disclosure may include leverage buyout transactions (as applicable).
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