Clove financial offers mezzanine financing for your business
Lower capital costs in comparison to equity capital
None or less collateral for liquidity
Appealing risk-adjusted return
Frequently Asked Questions
Everything You Need To Know
What Is Mezzanine Debt?
Mezzanine debt capital generally refers to that layer of financing between a company's senior debt and equity. Structurally, it is subordinate in priority of payment and security to senior debt, but greater in rank to common stock or equity. In a broader sense, mezzanine debt may take the form of convertible debt, junior debt, subordinated debt, private "mezzanine" securities (debt with warrants or preferred equity), second lien debt, and is sometimes referred to as quasi-equity.
What are the typical situations for mezzanine financing?
• Ownership restructuring (especially mergers and acquisitions);
• Emerging growth opportunities;
What are the types of Mezzanine instruments?
- Subordinated Loans
- Participating Loans
- "Silent" Participations
- Profit Participation Rights
- Convertible Bonds
- Bonds with Warrants