March 2020

Sellers Beware! Three Crucial Terms To Review In Your Buyer's Acquisition Financing

Republished with permission, this article originally appeared in the March 2020 issue of The Secured Lender.

During the frenzied period before execution of an acquisition agreement, a seller will be overwhelmed with pressing tasks, so the terms of the buyer’s financing may not be front of mind. There is good reason for this since it is not the seller’s debt and many of the financing terms will apply only after the acquisition closes. But there are some terms of a buyer’s financing that it is crucial for sellers to review in order to ensure that closing of the deal is as smooth as possible. This article will discuss in-depth three of those crucial terms.

Emily Stork is a general corporate and finance attorney at Holland & Hart LLP with sophisticated expertise representing both borrowers and lenders in a variety of finance transactions.

The full article may be read online here: Sellers Beware! Three Crucial Terms To Review In Your Buyer’s Acquisition Financing.


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