Mezzanine Investments definition

Mezzanine Investments means debt Securities (including convertible debt Securities (other than the “in-the-moneyequity component thereof)) and Preferred Stock in each case (a) issued by public or private issuers, (b) issued without registration under the Securities Act, (c) not issued pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act (or any successor provision thereunder), (d) that are not Cash Equivalents and (e) contractually subordinated in right of payment to other debt of the same issuer.
Mezzanine Investments means (i) debt Securities (including convertible debt Securities (other than the “in-the-moneyequity component thereof)) (a) issued by public or private issuers, (b) issued without registration under the Securities Act, (c) not issued pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act (or any successor provision thereunder), (d) that are not Cash Equivalents and (e) contractually subordinated in right of payment to other debt of the same issuer and (ii) a Bank Loan that is not a First Lien Bank Loan, Second Lien Bank Loan or a High Yield Security.
Mezzanine Investments has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 5.13.

Examples of Mezzanine Investments in a sentence

Mezzanine Investments: Opportunities Between Debt and Equity, Prudential Real Estate Investors, 2001.


More Definitions of Mezzanine Investments

Mezzanine Investments means (i) debt Securities or other obligations of an issuer (including convertible debt Securities and obligations) that (A) are subordinated to other debt of such issuer and (B) may be issued with equity participation features such as convertibility, senior equity securities, common stock or warrants or (ii) Preferred Stock issued in connection with management buyouts, acquisitions, refinancings, recapitalizations and later stage growth capital financings.
Mezzanine Investments means debt Securities (including convertible debt Securities (other than the “in-the-moneyequity component thereof)) and Preferred Stock in each case (a) issued by public or private issuers, (b) issued without registration under the Securities Act, (c) not issued pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act (or any successor
Mezzanine Investments means (i) debt Securities (including convertible debt Securities (other than the “in-the-moneyequity
Mezzanine Investments means debt Securities (including convertible debt Securities (other than the “in-the-moneyequity component thereof)) and Preferred Stock in each case (a) issued by public or private issuers and (b) that are not Cash Equivalents, Bank Loans or High Yield Investments.
Mezzanine Investments means high-yielding loans to commercial real estate owners and property developers that are subordinate to senior financing and are evidenced by a subordinate mortgage, a subordinate participation in an integrated whole loan, or a pledge of the ownership interests in the borrowing property owner. In some cases, the investment may take the form of certificates in a trust or a preferred equity interest in the property owning entity.