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Five Common Misconceptions About Mezzanine Debt

Five Common Misconceptions About Mezzanine Debt

Submitted by • March 19, 2020

Mezzanine debt is a high value form of financing for companies seeking transitional capital for growth. It is usually deployed as part of a bespoke structure in a M&A transaction. Because it is bundled with other forms of capital as part of an integrated solution, its true value is often obscured. Additionally, mezzanine debt lenders tend not to be large, highly visible funds that middle market businesses frequently encounter. They are not known brand names like a Goldman or a Blackstone.

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