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Closing the Door on Bankruptcy with Bankruptcy Remote Entities

November 07, 2023 (2 min read)

Your bank client is ready and willing to lend funds as part of a commercial real estate transaction. However, the lender wants to protect against the risk that the borrower subsequently files for bankruptcy and is substantively consolidated with the borrower’s affiliates. You suggest using a bankruptcy remote entity.

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