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The Handbook of loan syndications and trading

Author: Taylor, Allison ; Sansone, AliciaPublisher: McGraw-Hill, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 984 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780071468985Type of document: Book Bibliography/Index:
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The Handbook of Loan Syndications and Trading Contents List of Contributors xi Preface xv Acknowledgments xix Chapter 1 An Overview of the Loan Market 1 Scott Page, Payson Swaffield, Allison A. Taylor, Ruth Yang, Peter C. Vaky, Steve Miller, Scott D. Krase, Elliot Ganz An Introduction to the Loan Asset Class 3 Evolution of the Primary and Secondary Leveraged Loan Markets 21 Introduction to the Syndicated Loan Market 39 Players in the Market 47 Interplay with Other Capital Markets 52 The LSTA and Its Role in the Promotion of the Corporate Loan Asset Class 61 The LSTA--A Regulatory and Documentation Review 75 Chapter 2 Effects of the Legal Characterization of Loans under the Securities Laws 85 Tiziana M. Bason, Michael P. Kaplan, and Bradley Y. Smith Chapter 3 Loan Structures 101 Steve Miller, Marc Hanrahan, David Teh, Dawn Pasquin Basic Loan Structures 103 Second Lien Loans 108 Project Finance 137 Chapter 4 The Primary Market 155 Barry Bobrow, Mercedes Tech, Linda Redding, Alex Spiro, Elliot Ganz An Introduction to the Primary Market 157 The Architecture of Information Distribution in the Loan Market 186 The Implications of the Use of "Syndicate Information" in the Loan Market 196 Chapter 5 Understanding the Credit Agreement 209 Richard Wight, Warren Cooke, Richard Gray Introduction 211 Part 1. Making the Loan: Commitments, Loans, and Letters of Credit 211 Part 2. Making Money off the Loan: Loan Pricing and Fees 223 Part 3. Making the Borrower Repay the Loan: Amortization and Maturity 248 Part 4. Conditioning the Loan: Conditions Precedent and Representations 262 Part 5. Monitoring the Loan: Financial, Affirmative, and Negative Covenants 291 Part 6. Securing and Guaranteeing the Loan: Collateral Packages 327 Part 7. Enforcing the Loan: Events of Default and Remedies 336 Part 8. Keeping Peace Among the Lenders: Interlender, Voting, and Agency Issues 354 Part 9. Selling the Loan: The Assignments Clause 366 Part 10. Understanding the Boilerplate: All the Stuff at the End That No One Ever Reads 373 Part 11. The Borrower Can Have Rights, Too 386 Chapter 6 The Secondary Loan Market 393 Meredith Coffey, Robert Milam, Laura Torrado, Michele B. Piorkowski An Introduction to the U.S. Secondary Loan Market 395 How to Trade Loans and the Strategies to Use 403 The Secondary Loan Market: Settling Loan Transactions 420 Chapter 7 Secondary Market Pricing Theodore Basta, Tom Price, Jean Cho Loan Valuation: The Origins of Secondary Market Pricing 459 The LSTA/LPC Mark-to-Market Process: Then and Now 464 The LSTA Trade Data Study: Measuring the Accuracy of Secondary Market Prices 470 Introduction to Model Pricing 479 Historical Secondary Market Price Performance, Distributions, and Volatility 484 Price Volatility and the Daily Value at Risk 493 Chapter 8 Analytics and Performance 507 Sean Kelley, Meredith Coffey, William Deitrick, Steve Bavaria, Neal Schweitzer, David Keisman, Steve Miller, Sam DeRosa-Farag Analytics and Performance Overview 509 Measuring Loan Returns 510 Relative Value Analysis 513 Introduction: Rating Agencies in the Loan Market 521 Standard and Poor's Loan and Recovery Ratings 526 Loan Loss Given Default: Trends to Consider 533 SandP/LSTA Leveraged Loan Index: Overview 539 Description and Inclusion Rules of the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index 541 Credit Suisse Institutional Leveraged Loan Index 548 Leveraged Senior Loan Performance Attribution 569 Chapter 9 Distressed Loan Investing 581 Peter T. Santry, Joe Lam port, David Isenberg, Gregory A. Bray, William R. Wagner Introduction to Distressed Loan Investing 583 Securities Law Concerns Related to a Borrower's Bankruptcy 594 Distressed Debt Investing--Risk Considerations 602 Distressed to Recovery: A Look at the Restructuring Process 625 Chapter 10 Vehicles and Products Derived from the Asset Class 643 Philip Nisbet, Richard W. Stewart, Sam DeRosa-Farag, Mark Herzinger Introduction 645 Collateralized Loan Obligations: A Primer 646 Using Loan-Only CDS in the Leveraged Finance Markets: Implications in an Increasing Volatility Environment 670 Bank Loan Total Return Swap Primer 680 Chapter 11 CDOs: A Primer 709 The Bond Market Association Chapter 12 Loan Portfolio Management 785 Michael P. McAdams, Jack Yang, Howard Tiffen, Geoffrey A. Gold Introduction 787 Loan Investment Strategies: An Overview 793 A Retail Loan Fund Manager's Perspective 799 Portfolio Management by Nonbank Loan Investors 803 Distressed Loan Portfolios 817 Chapter 13 Legal, Regulatory, and Accounting Issues 823 Bala Ayyar, Wayne Lee, Seth Grosshandler, Kate A. Sawyer, John C. Pattison Introduction to Accounting Standards Applicable to Loans: A Bank's Perspective 825 FAS 140 as Applied to Assignments and Participations 834 The Loan Market and Basel 2 Regulatory Capital Requirements 842 Chapter 14 The Globalization of the Loan Market 859 Meredith Coffey, Clare Dawson, Philip Cracknell, Suraj Bhatia, Jennifer Ashe, Mike Kerrigan, Steve Curtis, Ian Sandler Global Loan Market Review 861 The European Syndicated Loan Market 888 The Syndicated Loan Market in the Asia-Pacific Region 898 With Limited Options in the Domestic Loan Market, Japanese Investors Look to the United States for Investment Opportunities 903 Toward a More Integrated World: The Future of the Global Distressed Loan Market 917 Glossary of Terms 929 Index 949

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