debtor in possession financing


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Debtor-in-Possession Financing

Financing made available to a debtor in possession, which is a company that maintains its operations during a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. A debtor in possession is generally attempting to fulfill its reorganization plan, discharging certain debts and changing any structural weaknesses to put it on a path to profitability. A company often requires financing in order to restructure, and DIP financing enables it to do so.

debtor in possession financing

Financing arranged during the time a company is in Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
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HET") (NYSE: HET) has notified HJC that, at this time, HET is not prepared to commit to extend debtor in possession financing beyond the earlier to occur of September 30, 1997, and its provision of a total of $30 million in such financing.
The company expects to shortly have in place a debtor in possession financing.
Copies of the debtor in possession financing agreement and the form of investment agreement will be filed with the SEC shortly by Globalstar as exhibits to a Form 8-K.
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The company has sufficient funds on hand to finance current operations and is working with its bank group to arrange for debtor in possession financing.
OTC BB:KAHA) (the "company"), Tuesday announced it has provided an additional $280,000 in debtor in possession financing to Ranch * 1 Inc.
Monday announced it has provided $220,000 in debtor in possession financing to Ranch * 1 Inc.
ACI has also agreed to provide debtor in possession financing to OAN in order to maintain an orderly transition of the business.
1 million in the aggregate as follows: (i) forgiveness of approximately $750,000 in debtor in possession financing previously provided to the subsidiaries and (ii) assumption of approximately $1.
today announced that it has received non-binding letters of intent for debtor in possession financing from strategic investors in excess of $225 million, the amount needed to finance the company's immediate cash needs.