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Back to blog August 17, 2009 No Comments Author: Andy Jones

Mezzanine Debt

Mezzanine debt is subordinated debt that ranks between senior debt and equity. It is often a more expensive form of financing because it is unsecured (requiring no collateral) and subordinates to senior debt in case of a default.

Mezzanine debt can be used for a variety of purposes, but is generally used in corporate finance deals for growth capital and acquisitions.

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