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Decoding institutional leveraged lending

8 MINS READ

Sumit Bhatia

Senior Consultant and Advisor, Commercial Banking, BFSI

Highlights

  • Institutional leveraged loans are an important source of capital for small- and medium-sized companies. After the 2008 financial crisis, non‐banks became important sources of capital for these loans.
  • The leveraged finance market has grown to almost three times since the last financial crisis.
  • We explore the economic significance of leveraged lending and the constraints of managing and monitoring exposures.