What is Mezzanine Debt?

What is Mezzanine Debt?

Tim Skeet

35 years: Debt capital markets

There are forms of capital that combine elements of debt and equity. An example of this is mezzanine debt. In this video, Tim Skeet discusses the structure of mezzanine debt and why it attracts investors.

There are forms of capital that combine elements of debt and equity. An example of this is mezzanine debt. In this video, Tim Skeet discusses the structure of mezzanine debt and why it attracts investors.

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What is Mezzanine Debt?

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Overview

Mezzanine debt is a flexible form of deeply subordinated debt, often used in leveraged buyouts, that combines elements of debt and equity.

Key learning objectives:

  • Define mezzanine debt

  • Learn the usage of mezzanine debt in LBOs

  • Define equity kickers

  • Explain the PIK feature

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