Lender Blacklists Gain Traction in Leveraged-Loan Deals

Fest, Glen
February 2014
American Banker;2/20/2014, Vol. 179 Issue 27, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses the U.S. leveraged-loan market as of February 2014, noting that corporate borrowers want more control over loan participations and syndications and that there are lender blacklists that can exclude competitors from the secondary market. The article notes that the goal of the disqualified lenders list is to protect borrowers' non-public information from potentially unfriendly buyers of loan offerings.


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