Reports Of Credit Bidding's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

May 24 2010 | 2:11pm ET

By Jennifer Feldsher, Bracewell & Giuliani  -- As markets have become more complicated, so too has the use of credit bidding.  With private equity and hedge funds frequently replacing traditional bank lenders in the capital structure, credit bidding has become more strategic, with lenders being just as likely to use credit bidding as a tool to take ownership of a company as to ward off corporate raiders looking to buy on the cheap. 

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