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Privately-negotiated funding transactions for s&m-cap publicly traded companies

Thursday, May 14, 2009
... fund has been involved in over 220 privately-negotiated financing transactions.

A SQUARE :: 14May09 Privately-negotiated funding transactions for s&m-cap publicly traded companies
Category Direct Lending
Faculty Andrew Garai
Expertise Direct Lending
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Companies opting for private/direct funding:
May not qualify for bank debt
Secondary placement issues: lengthy, costly and uncertain
Speed, certainty at which transaction can be processed
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