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FAQs: Anti-net short provisions and what they mean for credit agreements

David Rubin December 6, 2019
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Parties to syndicated credit agreements and high-yield bond indentures have recently introduced provisions to limit the effect of those transactions on lenders that hold overall net short positions with the borrower or its debt. This article summarizes the key parties and terms related to anti-net short provisions, also known as Windstream Provisions. READ MORE