ESOP transactions using warrants are the focus of this article by SES Chairman & CEO Jim Steiker. See how warrants can be used to bridge the gap in a larger ESOP transaction between bank financing and the full price of the sale.
Warrants in ESOP Transactions
Jim Steiker describes how warrants are used as part of the financing structure of leveraged ESOP transactions and discusses key corporate finance and federal tax considerations in structuring ESOP financing arrangements involving warrants.
Published Spring 2008 in the Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance
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