Understanding Loan Buybacks

A discussion of syndicated loan buybacks by borrowers or their affiliates or sponsors in the secondary market, the circumstances under which they arise, typical features of loan buybacks and issues raised under loan agreement provisions. Although most credit agreements entered into after the financial crisis include provisions that allow loan buybacks, this Article discusses the issues that arise under loan agreements that do not contemplate loan buybacks.

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