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Syndicated Lending: Practice and Documentation 6th ed

ISBN13: 9781781370988
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781843745761
Published: June 2013
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The new Syndicated Lending Sixth Edition is the only book of its kind to combine a detailed practical overview of both the financial and legal aspects of Syndicated Lending - benefitting from contributions by both a leading Syndicated Lending Bank (Royal Bank of Scotland) and law firm (Clifford Chance).

Mark Campbell is the Global Head of the Finance Practice of international law firm Clifford Chance. He has specialised in international and domestic banking and financial work. He has acted for a wide variety of arrangers of syndicated financing transactions of all types and has advised the Loan Market Association on its standard documentation since its inception.

What are the key benefits of this book?

Everything you need to know about syndicated lending is in one place. The book is a practical guide to the subject. Armed with the book the reader would have all the information needed to be able to bid for and win a mandate, price the deal, document it and close syndication.

It covers the legal and economic issues comprehensively. All the contributors are leading practitioners in today's markets including lawyers, bankers from every relevant banking discipline (origination, syndicate, sales, transaction management, agency), IT providers, information platform professionals.

This new edition includes the following:

  • Extensive statistical information on the history of the market and current market trends
  • Case studies on two example transactions (a corporate backstop facility and an acquisition finance facility) involving extensive analysis of tactics for bidding for mandates and of all-in costs of transactions
  • Sample term sheets for both transactions with guidance notes plus a sample facility agreement for one of the transactions (also with guidance notes)
  • Case study for secondary loan trading with pricing analysis and legal documentation
  • A full glossary of market terms
  • Supplements by leading market practitioners, borrowers, service providers and trade associations (including the LMA and LSTA)

Banking and Finance
Author biographies;
The Loan Market Association reaches out to wider markets;
The origins and development of the LMA mOngoing issues;
The LMA and the credit crunch;
Looking to the future

Chapter 1: The creation and history of an innovative market

Chapter 2: Structural analysis and recent developments in the syndicated credit markets
Annex 2.1: History and methodology of Dealogic Loan Analytics;
Annex 2.2: History and evolution of Thomson Reuters LPC
Annex 2.3: Debtdomain – secure deal sites
Annex 2.4: Implementing syndicated lending best practice in IT systems
Annex 2.5: Selected sources of information on the syndicated loan market;
Supplement 1: The syndication process – a borrower’s perspective;
Supplement 2: Acquisition finance: the pure oxygen of the loan market;
Supplement 3: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development a long-term capital partner in an uncertain environment
Supplement 4: View of an institutional investor
Supplement 5: Loan portfolio management
Supplement 6: A recent history of the European leveraged finance market;
Supplement 7: Institutional loan performance: surviving the 100-year storm;
Supplement 8: Explaining loan and recovery ratings

Chapter 3: Structure, content and cost analysis of offers to arrange syndicated transactions

Chapter 4: The transaction cycle for a syndicated credit;

Chapter 5: The documentation process;

Chapter 6: Secondary market transfer mechanism;
Annex: Secondary loan trading: a case study

Chapter 7: Defaults, enforcement and workout

Glossary of terms;