The new Syndicated Lending 5th Edition contains a new corporate acquisition case study, complete update and revised information to take account of all the changes in the rapidly evolving market for syndicated credits
The fifth edition of this Euromoney best seller – the 'Gold Book' - has been fully updated and revised to take account of all the changes in the rapidly evolving market for syndicated credits. The book provides practical explanations by borrowers and bankers of how to arrange, lead and manage a syndicated loan and includes an up-to-date discussion of documentary issues (contributed by Clifford Chance) using annotated documents.
This book allows you to benefit from decades of combined syndicated lending expertise. The book is a complete guide, taking the reader through the various stages of syndicated lending from the opening phase of seeking a mandate through to syndicating, documenting and the closing of a transaction.
Stay up to date with the changes in the syndication market. This new edition includes the following:
• Structural analysis and recent developments in the syndicated credit markets • Structure, content and cost analysis of offers to arrange syndicated transactions • The transaction cycle for a syndicated credit • The documentation process • Secondary market transfer mechanism • Defaults, enforcements and workouts • Corporate acquisition case study • Discussion of the impact of Basel II • Review of Loan Market Association activities
Edited and written by Tony Rhodes and Mark Campbell with contributions from 16 leading practitioners from across the industry
"I very much welcome the publication of this latest edition of what has become a 'bible' for syndicated loan practitioners, both borrowers and lenders. It brings the reader up-to-date, in a single volume, with signifi cant matters affecting their daily professional lives."- From the Foreword by Sir Andrew Large, Former Deputy Governor, The Bank of England.
Managing Editor's Review
Euromoney Books was delighted when Tony Rhodes, the best-selling author of the Encyclopedia of Debt Finance and Syndicated Lending, 4th edition (better known as The Gold Book among financial circles), agreed to take on the mammoth task of updating for a fifth edition. The book was published in February this year and was updated to take into account changes in the syndication market. I would be interested to find out from readers how easy this book is to use and if all the necessary information is covered to aid understanding of how to arrange, lead and manage a syndicated loan. Was the case study helpful?