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Mezzanine financing
This is the term associated with the middle layer of financing in leveraged buy-outs.
    
1. A type of Equity financing used in takeovers. It uses preferred shares and convertible securities to make a target firm larger.
    
2. Financing that combines Debt and Equity.
    
In its simplest form, this is a type of loan finance that sits between Equity and secured Debt. Because the Risk with mezzanine financing is higher than with senior Debt, the Interest charged by the provider Will be higher than that charged by traditional lenders, such as banks. However, Equity provision - through warrants or options - is sometimes incorporated into the deal.
Posted by  Convention of Independent Financial Advisors CIFA
 
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