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Are Lenders Too Friendly?

November 24, 2021

Review this market trend practice note for an overview of covenant-lite loans in today’s market. This practice note discusses recent market trends in publicly filed covenant-lite credit agreements since the last quarter of 2020. The term covenant-lite broadly refers to borrower-friendly loan transactions having limited or no maintenance-based financial covenants.


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  • Financial Covenants Clauses (Credit Agreement)
    Use these clauses in your credit agreements for syndicated loan transactions to require the borrower to comply with negotiated financial performance standards. These clauses assure lenders that the borrower will be able to repay its loans as planned.
  • Affirmative, Negative, and Financial Covenants
    Review this practice note to understand covenants found in credit agreements (i.e., promises made by the borrower to take certain actions, or to refrain from certain actions, during the life of the loans), along with the processes by which loan parties are captured, or not, by those covenants.

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