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In general, leveraged finance is a credit package that funds the acquisition or recapitalization of an entity or part of an entity. The entity may be privately or publicly held, and it holds the acquisition debt on its books.
Leveraged Lending (AL 1999-4, May 1999)
Highly Leveraged Transactions (EC 245, December 1998)
Sound Risk Management Practices: Leveraged Financing (OCC 2001-18, April 2001), Interagency Statement