Loan Market Becomes More American

Hintze, John
September 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/18/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 35, p14
Trade Publication
The article features the increasing deals in the leverage loan markets in European bank market. The proliferation of term loan B facilities that amortize at the maturity of the loan and structures attuned to the financial needs of non-bank investors has developed in the European market. One of the factor that motivate the emergence of term loan B facilities and more leverage deals in the European bank market is the arrival of U.S. investors and emergence of European buy-side shops.


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