Senior Secured Loan definition

Senior Secured Loan means any interest in a loan, including any assignment of or participation in or other interest in a loan, that (i) is not (and is not expressly permitted by its terms to become) subordinate in right of payment to any obligation of the obligor in any bankruptcy, reorganization, arrangement, insolvency, moratorium or liquidation proceedings (other than pursuant to a Permitted Working Capital Lien and customary waterfall provisions contained in the applicable loan agreement), (ii) is secured by a pledge of collateral, which security interest is (a) validly perfected and first priority under Applicable Law (subject to liens permitted under the applicable credit agreement that are reasonable for similar loans, and liens accorded priority by law in favor of any Governmental Authority) or (b)(1) validly perfected and second priority in the accounts, documents, instruments, chattel paper, letter-of-credit rights, supporting obligations, deposit accounts, investments accounts and any other assets securing any Working Capital Revolver under Applicable Law and proceeds of any of the foregoing (a first priority lien on such assets a "Permitted Working Capital Lien") and (2) validly perfected and first priority (subject to liens for taxes or regulatory charges and any other liens permitted under the related underlying instruments that are reasonable and customary for similar loans) in all other collateral under Applicable Law, and (iii) the Portfolio Manager determines in good faith that the value of the collateral for such loan (including based on enterprise value) on or about the time of acquisition equals or exceeds the outstanding principal balance of the loan plus the aggregate outstanding balances of all other loans of equal or higher seniority secured by a first priority Lien over the same collateral. For the avoidance of doubt, debtor-in-possession loans and FLLO Loans shall constitute Senior Secured Loans.
Senior Secured Loan. Any assignment of or Participation Interest in a Loan that: (a) is not (and cannot by its terms become) subordinate in right of payment to any other obligation of the obligor of the Loan (other than with respect to trade claims, capitalized leases or similar obligations); (b) is secured by a valid first-priority perfected security interest or lien in, to or on specified collateral securing the obligor’s obligations under the Loan (subject to customary exceptions for permitted liens, including, without limitation, tax liens); (c) the value of the collateral securing the Loan at the time of purchase together with other attributes of the obligor (including, without limitation, its general financial condition, ability to generate cash flow available for debt service and other demands for that cash flow) is adequate (in the commercially reasonable judgment of the Collateral Manager) to repay the Loan in accordance with its terms and to repay all other Loans of equal seniority secured by a first lien or security interest in the same collateral; and (d) is not secured solely or primarily by common stock or other equity interests; provided that if such Loan is made to a parent entity that is secured solely or primarily by the stock of one or more of the subsidiaries of such parent entity to the extent that the granting by any such subsidiary of a lien on its own property would violate law or regulations applicable to such subsidiary (whether the obligation secured is such Loan or any other similar type of indebtedness owing to third parties), then the limitation set forth in this clause (d) shall not apply with respect to such Loan.
Senior Secured Loan means any loan that: (a) is not (and cannot by its terms become) subordinate in right of payment to any other obligation of the Obligor of such loan (other than with respect to trade claims, capitalized leases or similar obligations and traditional bank revolving asset-based loan facilities that are reasonable and customary for similar loans); (b) is secured by a valid first priority perfected security interest or lien in, to or on specified collateral securing the Obligor’s obligations under such loan; (c) the value of the collateral securing such loan at the time of origination or acquisition together with other attributes of the Obligor (including, without limitation, its general financial condition, ability to generate cash flow available for debt service and other demands for that cash flow) is adequate (in the commercially reasonable judgment of the Borrower) to repay such loan in accordance with its terms and to repay all other such loans of equal seniority secured by a first lien or security interest in the same collateral; and (d) is not secured solely or primarily by common stock or other equity interests; provided that the limitation set forth in this clause (d) shall not apply with respect to a loan made to a parent entity that is secured solely or primarily by the stock of one or more of the subsidiaries of such parent entity to the extent that (i) the granting by any such subsidiary of a lien on its own property would violate law or regulations applicable to such subsidiary (whether the obligation secured is such loan or any other similar type of indebtedness owing to third parties) and (ii) such subsidiary does not have any Indebtedness (other than current accounts payable in the ordinary course of business, capitalized leases or other similar indebtedness incurred in the ordinary course of business).

Examples of Senior Secured Loan in a sentence

  • For purposes of calculating clause (i) of the Concentration Limitations, the amounts on deposit in the Collection Account and the Ramp-Up Account (including Eligible Investments therein) representing Principal Proceeds shall each be deemed to be a Floating Rate Obligation that is a Senior Secured Loan.

  • For purposes of calculating clause (i) of the Concentration Limitations, the amounts on deposit in the Collection Account (including Eligible Investments therein) representing Principal Proceeds shall each be deemed to be a Floating Rate Obligation that is a Senior Secured Loan.

  • Under the Senior Secured Loan Agreement, SDCI will have the option, upon prior notice, to convert advances bearing interest at the floating rate to a fixed rate as detailed above.

  • The COF will rank (i) subordinate in right of payment to the payment of all secured obligations, including Stream Net Proceeds to the Stream Buyers under the Streaming Agreement and payments required under the Senior Secured Loan and (ii) pari passu with all outstanding unsecured indebtedness for borrowed money of Stornoway.

  • PennantPark Senior Secured Loan Fund I LLC In May 2017, we and Kemper formed PSSL, an unconsolidated joint venture.


More Definitions of Senior Secured Loan

Senior Secured Loan. Any Loan that (i) is secured by a first priority Lien on all of the Obligor’s assets constituting Related Property for the Loan, (ii) has a Loan-to-Value of not greater than 90%, and (iii) provides that the payment obligation of the Obligor on such Loan is either senior to, or pari passu with, all other loans or financings to such Obligor.
Senior Secured Loan means any Eligible Asset that is (i) not (and by its terms is not permitted to become) subordinate in right of payment to any other debt for borrowed money incurred by the obligor of such Eligible Asset (other than with respect to a Senior Working Capital Facility and purchase money indebtedness, capitalized leases, overdrafts or similar obligations customarily treated as “permitted indebtedness” in senior loan facilities but only to the extent such obligations are expressly permitted under the Eligible Asset’s Investment Documents) and (ii) secured by a valid first priority perfected Lien on specified collateral (such collateral, together with any other pledged assets, having a value, together with other attributes of a Borrower (including its general financial condition, ability to generate cash flow available for debt service and other demands for such cash flow) (as reasonably determined by the Investment Adviser at the time of acquisition, which determination will not be questioned based on subsequent events) that is adequate (in the commercially reasonable judgment of the Administrative Agent) to repay the principal amount of the Eligible Asset in accordance with its terms and to repay all other Indebtedness of equal seniority secured by a valid first priority perfected Lien in the same collateral). “Senior Secured Loans” means all Senior Secured Loans, collectively.
Senior Secured Loan means a collateral debt obligation (which may be a Delayed Drawdown Obligation) that is a senior secured obligation as determined by the Investment Manager in its reasonable business judgment or a Participation therein, provided that:
Senior Secured Loan means any Loan that (i) is not (and by its terms is not permitted to become) subordinated in right of payment, liens or otherwise to any other obligation of the Portfolio Asset Obligor(s) of such Loan, including any other obligation under the same credit facility, other than any Priority Revolving Loan, and (ii) is secured by a valid first priority perfected security interest in or Lien on collateral consisting of all or substantially all the assets of the Portfolio Asset Obligor(s), other than those assets securing any Priority Revolving Loan, as to which it is secured by a valid second priority perfected security interest in or Lien on collateral consisting of all the assets securing such Priority Revolving Loan.
Senior Secured Loan has the meaning set forth in the Collateral Valuation Schedule.
Senior Secured Loan. Any assignment of or Participation Interest in a Loan that: (a) is not (and cannot by its terms become) subordinate in right of payment to any other obligation of the Obligor of the Loan (other than with respect to liquidation, trade claims, capitalized leases or similar obligations); (b) is secured by a valid first-priority perfected security interest or lien in, to or on specified collateral securing the Obligor’s obligations under the Loan; and (c) the value of the collateral securing the Loan at the time of purchase together with other attributes of the Obligor (including, without limitation, its general financial condition, ability to generate cash flow available for debt service and other demands for that cash flow) is adequate (in the commercially reasonable judgment of the Collateral Manager) to repay the Loan in accordance with its terms and to repay all other Loans of equal seniority secured by a first lien or security interest in the same collateral.
Senior Secured Loan means any loan (including, except as otherwise explicitly stated herein, any First Lien/Last Out Loan) that: (a) is not (and cannot by its terms become) subordinate in right of payment to any other obligation of the Obligor of such loan (other than with respect to trade claims, capitalized leases or similar obligations and traditional bank revolving asset-based loan facilities that are reasonable and customary for similar loans); (b) is secured by a valid first priority perfected security interest or lien in, to or on specified collateral securing the Obligor’s obligations under such loan; (c) the value of the collateral securing such loan at the time of origination or acquisition together with other attributes of the Obligor (including, without limitation, its general financial condition, ability to generate cash flow available for debt service and other demands for that cash flow) is adequate (in the commercially reasonable judgment of the Borrower) to repay such loan in accordance with its terms and to repay all other such loans of equal seniority secured by a first lien or security interest in the same collateral; and (d) is not secured solely or primarily by common stock or other equity interests; provided that the limitation set forth in this clause (d) shall not apply with respect to a loan made to a parent entity that is secured solely or primarily by the stock of one or more of the subsidiaries of such parent entity to the extent that (i) the granting by any such subsidiary of a lien on its own property would violate law or regulations applicable to such subsidiary (whether the obligation secured is such loan or any other similar type of indebtedness owing to third parties) and (ii) such subsidiary does not have any Indebtedness (other than current accounts payable in the ordinary course of business, capitalized leases or other similar indebtedness incurred in the ordinary course of business).