Debtor-in-possession financing or DIP financing is a special form of financing provided for companies in financial distress or under Chapter 11 bankruptcy process. Usually, this security is more senior than debt, equity, and any other securities issued by a company. It gives a troubled company a new start, albeit under strict conditions.
- Debtor in possession
- Bankruptcy alternatives
- Shareholder loan
- Seniority (financial)
- Bail out (finance)
- Distressed securities
- Obtaining DIP financing and using cash collateral
- What you should know about lining up DIP financing
- Calpine closes $5 billion DIP financing
- Bankruptcy basics - Operating capital
- 11 USC 364 - Obtaining credit
- Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure - Rule 4001c: Obtaining Credit
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