Buyside ascendancy on terms and pricing but sponsors still seek detailed carve outs
Greater protections for investors being won on new leveraged loans could be undermined by changing definitions of key terms and undermining of the scope of that protection.
Highlights of the report include
- Lender pushback on "sunset" periods
- MFN protection moves from margin to yield
- Historically low interest rates drive base rate floors
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