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  • Presentation to the Allianz SE High Yield Group May 31, 2016

    Michael McGillen David Hollander Kathy Mohanna Will Hasten

  • PRESENTATION TO THE ALLIANZ SE HIGH YIELD GROUP

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    Table of Contents Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................. 3

    Company ................................................................................................................................................... 6

    History & Business Description ............................................................................................... 6

    Manufacturing Process & Value Chain ................................................................................. 9

    Products ............................................................................................................................................... 9

    Management .................................................................................................................................... 11

    Shareholder Profile ..................................................................................................................... 13

    Capital Structure ........................................................................................................................... 14

    Recent Financial Performance .............................................................................................. 18

    Segment Financial Analysis ..................................................................................................... 19

    Industry .................................................................................................................................................. 22

    Market Trends ............................................................................................................................... 22

    Competitive Landscape ............................................................................................................. 26

    SWOT Analysis ............................................................................................................................... 29

    Valuation ................................................................................................................................................ 30

    Discounted Cash Flow Analysis ............................................................................................. 30

    Comparable Companies Analysis ......................................................................................... 31

    Precedent Transactions Analysis ......................................................................................... 33

    Historical Prices Analysis ........................................................................................................ 34

    Sum-of-the-Parts Analysis ....................................................................................................... 35

    Plan of Reorganization ................................................................................................................... 36

    Key Challenges to Financial Restructuring ..................................................................... 36

    Board Control ................................................................................................................................. 37

    Operational Improvements .................................................................................................... 38

    Acquisitions & Divestments .................................................................................................... 42

    Capital Structure Reorganization ........................................................................................ 44

    Recovery Analysis ........................................................................................................................ 47

    Allianz Recovery Analysis ........................................................................................................ 49

    Appendix ................................................................................................................................................ 50

    Exhibit 1: Comparable Trading Multiples .......................................................................... 0

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    Exhibit 2: Historical Financials Income Statement .................................................... 1

    Exhibit 3: Historical Financials Balance Sheet ............................................................. 2

    Exhibit 4: Historical Financials Cash Flow Statement .............................................. 3

    Exhibit 5: Projected Financials + Proposed Capital Structure................................. 4

    Exhibit 6: Projected Financials + Proposed Capital Structure................................. 5

    Exhibit 7: Projected Financials + Proposed Capital Structure................................. 6

    Exhibit 8: Sum-of-the-parts Valuation .................................................................................. 7

    Exhibit 9: Asset Waterfall in Bankruptcy............................................................................ 7

    Exhibit 10: Pro-forma Balance Sheet following recapitalization ........................... 8

    Exhibit 11: Pre-Restructuring Debt Repayment Schedule ........................................ 8

    Exhibit 12: DCF Sensitivity ......................................................................................................... 9

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    Executive Summary Cenveo Corporation (Cenveo or the Company) is a market-leading manufacturer

    of envelopes, labels, and commercial print applications. Over the last ten years, it

    has been beset by secular declines in nearly all of its businesses. As advertising

    spend continues its shift toward digital customer acquisition, direct-mail-dependent

    Cenveo has seen pricing and sales volumes worsen. It has attempted three re-

    financings in six years and our analysis indicates a likely bankruptcy within three.

    Negative revenue growth, untenable 8.7x EBITDA leverage, an ABL facility drawn

    dangerously close to its $190mm limit, and $540mm of first-lien notes coming due

    in 2019 all spell reorganization for the envelope giant.

    There has been a growing trend among private equity and hedge funds with

    appetites for equity-like risks/rewards to use debt as a way for acquiring control of

    financially distressed companies. The most common approach is to acquire

    discounted loans (e.g., second-lien loans, senior subordinated notes, etc.) in the

    secondary market or by lending more money to the company to avoid bankruptcy.

    Underlying the success of such strategies is growing evidence of creditors effectively

    influencing management and the overall direction of a company.1

    An effective loan-to-own strategy should minimize the risk of litigation, liquidation

    (i.e., the target company fails) and valuation that exceeds the investors value

    proposition. As a result, any firm engaging in a loan-to-own strategy using the

    junior debt must account for the interests of other creditors and management.

    1 Creditor Control and Conflict in Chapter 11, Kenneth Ayotte and Edward Morrison, 2009

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    European insurance company Allianz SE (Allianz) began purchasing Cenveo

    second lien, unsecured debt, and equity when Cenveo refinanced its obligations in

    2012, and increased the investment in 2013 and 2014. Currently, Allianz is the

    largest single holder of debt and equity in the company2. Allianzs strategy has

    many of the trademarks of a loan-to-own strategy, including a pending exchange of

    existing junior debt for a combination of senior debt and equity. Following the

    exchange, Allianzs total potential position in Cenveo will be $204mm, including

    warrants to purchase an additional 15% in equity.

    Table 1 - Allianz's (nominal) position in Cenveo

    Security %

    Outstanding Amount ($mm)

    Secured Senior Note (New from Allianz) 100.0% $50.0

    2019 Senior Priority Secured Notes (1st Lien) 5.0% $27.0

    2022 Junior Priority Secured Notes (2nd Lien) 13.0% $32.2

    2024 Senior Unsecured Notes (New) 68.4% $71.8

    Equity (assuming exercised warrants) 28.4% $23.2

    Total Potential Investment $204.2

    In order for the trade to be profitable, Allianz must successfully navigate potential

    conflicts with equity holders, management, and senior creditors; our analysis shows

    that Allianz is unlikely to recover full value should the first lien holders push Cenveo

    into bankruptcy.

    Therefore, given aforementioned loan-to-own trends and Allianzs position, we

    chose to address our Plan of Reorganization recommendations to their High Yield

    2 FactSet

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    Group:

    1. Operational Improvements: Use equity/debt position to obtain board

    control and put in place new management familiar with higher-margin

    labeling and modern mailing campaigns, cross-sell Kadena platform, and

    expand labeling operations in underpenetrated geographic a

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