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Loan syndication

Group of banks sharing a loan. See: Syndicate.

Loan Syndication

A practice in which several banks each lend an amount of money to a borrower at the same time and for the same purpose. The banks participating in the loan syndication cooperate with each other for the duration of the project, even if they are otherwise competitors. Bank syndicates usually only lend large amounts of money that the individual banks could not afford easily. Loan syndication is a temporary arrangement between the banks. See also: Syndicate.
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We are excited to add Mike to our experienced team of energy focused professionals as Regions continues to add client coverage professionals with significant energy industry experience across debt capital markets, financial advisory, and loan syndications."
Loan syndications with traditional bank lenders usually include a lead bank arranger receiving a one-time arranger fee, which is separate and apart from an origination fee and the unused fee on a line of credit.
Dubai A combination of factors such as rising debt maturities, high volatility in global markets and the absence of European banks from the loan syndication market is expected to increase the refinancing risk in the Gulf region, according to rating agency Standard & Poor's and independent analysts.
Among the transactions the ED covers are securitizations, sales of partial interests, repurchase agreements, securities lending, loan syndications and participations, sales of receivables with recourse and servicing of mortgages and other loans.
Accordingly, the financial innovations of recent years have facilitated investment banks' development of commercial banking expertise through money market and other mutual funds, bridge loans, and loan syndications. And their expertise has been applied to affiliated financial firms in the United States and abroad.
For example, $149.9 billion-asset Chemical now comfortably dominates the market for global loan syndications. The bank has achieved similar, though less dramatic, successes in consumer and middle-market lending, and in fee-based businesses, such as derivatives trading and transaction processing.
Additionally, Dammeyer will manage Bridge Bank's Northeastern region, including its offices and teams in Boston and New York, will oversee technology banking loan syndications nationally, and will be appointed to Bridge Bank's Technology and Innovation Strategic Leadership team.
He will be responsible for the origination, structuring and execution of syndicated loans to corporate clients and will report to Gary Herzog, Head of Loan Syndications for the Americas.
She advises on senior, second lien and subordinated financings; workouts and restructurings; utility financings; working capital and leveraged acquisition financings; accounts receivable financings; single-currency and multicurrency, domestic and cross-border financings; telecommunications, aircraft, automobile and equipment financings; agricultural lending; project finance; lines of credit; letter of credit transactions; securitization; and loan syndications and participations.
He is admitted in both New York and Connecticut and is a member of Commercial Mortgage Securitization Association, and Loan Syndications and Trading Association, Inc., among others.
* In setting up formal loan syndications, should we avoid designating lead agent status to any single member of the core?
Dammeyer will also manage Bridge Bank's Northeastern region, including its offices and teams in Boston and New York, will oversee technology banking loan syndications nationally, and will be appointed to Bridge Bank's Technology and Innovation Strategic Leadership team.