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What type of structured or debt financings does Lexington arrange?

Lexington professionals have executed numerous debt transactions in senior, subordinated-debt and mezzanine financings (including asset-based loans, acquisition loans and lines of credit, or inventory loans). Our professionals extensive backgrounds as direct lenders sets us apart in structuring and marketing a transaction, proposal evaluation, due diligence and closing.

Not every lender is right for every company in need of capital. A poorly structured transaction will commonly result in your company getting bounced around from lender to lender. Our many years of experience working with financial institutions enable us to attract the right financial lender to compete your transaction. We are well networked with the lending community and we are very familiar with the underwriting criteria of most financial institutions and other non-traditional lenders.

Our clients come to us for:

  • Senior-Secured Debt
  • Subordinated Debt
  • Mezzanine Financings
  • Asset-Based Loans
  • Term-Loans
  • Revolving Credit Facilities
  • Distressed Debt Securities
  • Accounts Receivable Loans
  • Cash Flow Financings  

It is important that any investment bank that you work with have intimate experience marketing transactions of the type you need, in-depth knowledge within the market segment you serve, extensive background working with the capital providers that serve your transaction type, and can guide you through the process of actually closing the transaction. Lexington specializes in raising all types of non-equity capital including senior, senior-stretch and senior-subordinated, mezzanine and convertible debt securities for the following types of transactions:

  • Acquisitions
  • Management Buy-Outs
  • Recapitalizations or “Cash-Out” Financings
  • Refinancings
  • Restructurings

The private mezzanine debt market is geared almost exclusively toward "middle-market" companies. Mezzanine debt capital generally refers to that layer of financing that falls between senior debt and equity on a company's balance sheet and is typically used to fund a growth opportunity such as an acquisition, new product line, new distribution channel, or a plant expansion.