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The Lsta`s Complete Credit Agreement

Michael Bellucci and Jerome McCluskey, partners in Milbank`s New York office and Global Leveraged Finance practice group, co-authored the Complete Guide to the Credit Agreement, second edition of The LSTA. The first edition of the guide, published in 2009 and also written by retired Milbank partners, has been updated by the co-authors to reflect the huge changes in the credit market after the financial crisis. Since the publication of the first edition, this book has been widely regarded in the industry as a final guide to navigating syndicated credit agreements. Structuring and managing credit agreements has always been a difficult process – but now it`s more complicated than ever. Whether you work for a company that lends money in the syndicated loan market, or for a bank, hedge fund, pension fund, insurance company or other financial institution, LSTA`s Complete Guide to the Credit Agreement takes you ahead of the curve of today`s credit landscape. Inter-institutional loans continue to be issued and exchanged, and business credit remains a flourishing practice. These activities focus on the credit agreement, a complex document that is often an obstacle, even for the professionals and support staff who work there on a daily basis. The main guide for managing the entire credit agreement process Richard Wight, now retired, was associated with the global finance group of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP from 1985 to 2007. M. White has extensive experience representing banks and other institutional investors in complex financing transactions, corporate restructurings and workouts, leverage acquisitions, credit and tax financings.

You get detailed coverage by authors of all the nuances of today`s credit agreements, as well as their advice on protecting your loan, managing defaults, and navigating cross-border transactions. This reliable guide covers: all the answers are at your disposal through The LSTA`s Complete Guide to the Credit Agreement. Sponsored by the Loan Syndications and Trading Association (LSTA) and written by Milbank partners Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, it offers a definitive roadmap for managing the entire credit agreement process. Instead of getting in the way of the credit agreement, use The LSTA`s comprehensive credit agreement guide to make the document work for you. From the definition of contractual conditions to the management of payment defaults, orders and competitive offers, this comprehensive reference tool opens the heart and soul of the credit market to institutional investors and professionals in financial and corporate credit companies. . . .

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