Mezzanine


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Mezzanine

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The conducted research leads to the conclusion that there is a gradual development of mezzanine financing in Poland.
Whatever you use the mezzanine for, you'll need something to enclose it.
Companies that have good cash flows are ideal candidates for mezzanine financing, even if they do not have a big asset base."
"Greenwich Partners was unable to obtain a construction loan to pay off the mezzanine loan and make renovations of the property.
Darby has been a pioneer in providing mezzanine products -- a hybrid of both debt and equity -- to various emerging market regions, including Latin America, Asia, and more recently Central and Eastern Europe.
Trafford Brake director, Andy Donaldson, was adamant that the same level of storage facilities was available at the company's new warehouse building: "The mezzanine floor at our previous warehouse had proved so cost-effective", said Donaldson.
'This has increased significantly the demand for mezzanine debt.
It focused on "mezzanine" finance, which is the debt market in property between equity and senior debt.
Mezzanine funding involves a loan with an option to acquire equity later.
* Crane Above and Below and Extended Beyond Mezzanine (CABE)
"Fannie Mae's Community Investments Group partnered with [New York-based RCG Longview's] mezzanine group to provide maximum loan proceeds for this transaction through the CI Mezz-Mod Rehab [Community Investments Mezzanine-Moderate Rehabilitation] program."