mezzanine financing

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Non-conventional funding that shares characteristics of both debt and equity. It comprises of equity-based options (such as warrants) and lower-priority (subordinate) debt, and is used commonly in financing acquisitions and buyouts. Convertible debentures (see convertible loan) are also an example of mezzanine financing. Also called mezzanine debt.

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Thanks to mezzanine financing, the firm was having no disputes between the equity partners, because everyone stood to gain or loose in equal amounts.
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Sometimes if you can't get a normal loan from a bank your last resort may be to get a mezzanine financing if you can find one.
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We went over Mezzanine Financing and it really juvt confused me, so I took a break and left for the day.
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