Predictions for Intercreditor Arrangements in 2015 and Beyond – The Devil Really is in the Details
April 30, 2015
By Katherine E. Bell, Jennifer B. Hildebrandt, and Jennifer S. Yount
Intercreditor arrangements are one of the most challenging aspects of transactions, yet they have become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Changes in law, the regulatory environment, the credit markets, the economy, and the way that companies do business can all trigger new developments in intercreditor arrangements. This article examines five areas where we anticipate developments in intercreditor arrangements in 2015 and beyond and describes the reasons for the developments.
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