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Mezzanine Finance

Understand common structures and features, key issues, and best practices

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    Mezzanine capital, which typically refers to a tier in a company's capital structure between debt and equity, can be a useful tool for middle market companies seeking to access capital to complete acquisitions, recapitalizations, and other types of transactions. A hybrid of debt and equity, mezzanine financing requires corporate lawyers to bring a variety of skillsets and areas of expertise to the transaction. The panelists discuss common features and key issues relevant to mezzanine financing, as well as best practices for facilitating a smooth and efficient mezzanine financing transaction.

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    Christine Dreyer McCay, Esq., Locke Lord LLP, Boston
    Matthew V. P. McTygue, Esq., Locke Lord LLP, Boston
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