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{"s" : "satc","k" : "a00,a50,b00,b60,c10,g00,h00,l10,p20,t10,v00","o" : "","j" : ""} Press Release Source: Satcon Technology Corporation On Thursday June 17, 2010, 4:05 pm EDT BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Satcon Technology Corporation® (NASDAQ CM: SATC), a leading provider of utility scale power solutions for the renewable energy market, today announced that it has entered into a $12 million subordinated debt facility with Horizon Technology Finance. The Company will utilize the proceeds of this transaction to further ...
K&H Bank has total assets of EUR 4.7 billion, which leads the corporate banking market, and is the third largest retail bank. K&H Bank as a universal banking group has a nation-wide network of more than 200 branches. It offers a full range of financial products, including conventional products: account management, investments, savings, loans, bank guarantees, bank card services, custody management, treasury, project financing, Private Banking services etc…, as well as investment fund management, leasing, securities trading, factoring, life and pension insurance. These latter services are offered through subsidiaries.
New Equity 101 Series: Introduction to Subordinated Loans
In our last 101 series post, we discussed grants as a source of alternative funding or “new equity.” Today, we’re going to discuss the second of the four basic types of new equity: subordinated loans. Unlike grants, with a subordinated loan you will have to pay this form of funding back and, at times, at significantly higher rates than conventional bank loans. So, if that’s the case, why would anyone want to pursue a subordinated loan? What is subordinated debt? And why do I consider it to be a type of “new equity” financing? Subordinated loans are those for which your repayment is allowed to be a lesser priority Credit card ... market research, surveys and trends
Professional Project Management Education: Special Purpose Vehicle ...
This is a blog managed by Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management (CEIM) at Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. In this blog, CEIM shares our activities in providing excellent professional project management education at Master and Doctoral levels in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. In managing and controlling the construction projects, there are two basic features which go hand in hand ‘project management’ and ‘project finance’. In general, most of the people especially engineers are aware of the project management aspects while they do not pay much ... market research, surveys and trends


Summit Partners Raises New $465 Million Subordinated Debt Fund ...
Summit Partners, a leading private equity and venture capital firm with more than $5.5 billion under management, announced today that it has raised Summit Subordinated Debt Fund III, L.P., a $465 million fund. Summit Subordinated Debt Fund III will co-invest with Summit Partners' equity funds and will provide up to $70 million of mezzanine debt financing per transaction to private, profitable companies in emerging growth industries. With a subordinated debt fund, companies can rely on Summit Partners as a single source of financing for their private equity and mezzanine debt financing needs. This allows Summit to provide ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Financings and Securities Offerings: Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar ...
Rule 144A offering of Senior Secured Notes ($400 million) and senior secured revolving credit facility ($33 million).  Investments in private equity and hedge funds for Colorado College . Intrepid Potash. Inc ., initial public offering ($1.1 billion), counsel to twenty-percent stockholder, Platte River Ventures I, L.P. Real Goods Solar, Inc. initial public offering ($55 million). Trico Marine Services, Inc. PIPES offering of Senior Convertible Debentures ($300 million). Platte River Ventures II, L.P. private equity fund formation ($225 million). Gotham Investment Strategies, LP private offshore and onshore hedge fund ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Post Capital Partners Invests in BHS Marketing, a Leading Specialty Chemicals ...
Post Capital Partners LLC (“Post Capital”), in partnership with chemical industry veteran, Philip Johnson, and existing shareholders, Bruce Schechinger and Michael Merlo, have completed the recapitalization of BHS Marketing, LLC (“BHS”). Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with significant operations in Nampa, Idaho, and Fort Lupton, Colorado, BHS manufacturers, blends and distributes a variety of specialty and commodity chemicals. Its primary end-markets include the food processing, water treatment, oil & gas and aluminum industries.     BHS’ two co-founders, Bruce Schechinger and Michael Merlo, will continue ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Golub Capital is Sole Bookrunner and Administrative Agent in Support of ...
senior secured credit facility for the refinancing of Syncsort Incorporated, a portfolio company of Insight Venture Partners. Golub Capital acted as the Sole Bookrunner and Administrative Agent for this financing. Syncsort is a leading global software company providing high-performance software solutions for data management and data protection. Using patented technology, the Company's mission-critical data management and data protection solutions improve data warehouse processing speed, database loads, query performance, and back-up and protect data in distributed environments, the framework for client/server applications. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


equity or subordinated debt financing, host or facility owners should ask potential developers if this is a service they can provide. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Use of Low-Interest, Subordinated. Debt to Finance a Wind Project in. Pennsylvania .... financing options, subordinated debt in Phase III ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Banking organizations in the United States are growing larger, more complex and more diversified in their operations. As a result, bank regulators are becoming less able to understand and supervise their regulatory charges. The recently enacted Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act contributed to this trend by expanding the activities in which banks and their affiliates may engage. The authors argue that increasing the amount of market discipline to which banks are subject promises to remedy many of the shortcomings of government supervision and regulation. This Article proposes that large banks should be required to issue a minimum amount of ...
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WikiAnswers - What is the difference between mezzanine debt and ...
Mezzanine debt is an industry term, and like many it gets used for different things. It normally applies to some type of interim or short term financing that is expected to be used for a short while, generally while other financing is arranged. It is also commonly high interest rate. It may or may not be subordinate to other debts. Subordinate debt is fairly well defined legally: It means it is a debt whose rights to collection or seizure of assets are below those of another one. There can be many levels of subordinate debt. For example a 2nd mortgage is a subordinate debt to the first mortgage. If the property was foreclosed, ...
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Normally, in the initial phases, companies grow organically. I have a group of companies in Romania ( )which will reach this year 40 mil USD turnover, which represents approx 30% growth comparing with 2003. We had similar growth rates in the last years and we feel that it is more and more difficult to sustain such a growth even if the business environment is very promissing. We are exploring different possibilities for sustaining our growth in the future. What are the pros and cons for choosing IPO, investment funds or strategic investors? Are there other ways except those three mentioned above ? Hi! Thanks for the ...