Also known as a "make whole" premium, a prepayment premium constitutes an obligation payable to a lender that is in excess of principal and accrued interest by a borrower in the event the borrower repays the loan prior to its maturity date. This type of premium is meant to compensate the lender for the interest it would have earned had the loan remained outstanding until its original maturity date.
Prepayment premiums are often at issue in chapter 11 cases, and rulings in the Momentive and other cases have wide implications for both private and public debt, and for small–to–mid sized as well as large entities. Financial advisors and attorneys will benefit from this presentation by Gerard Keegan and David Wender, who discuss Momentive and other recent bankruptcy decisions focusing on the drafting and applicability of prepayment premiums in bankruptcy. Different perspectives are shared about how prepayment premiums should be addressed in the law–one from a litigation perspective and the other from a drafting perspective. Based on the live webinar of December 3, 2014.
|CPE Credit||Recommended, 1 CPE Credit hour(s), field of study—Accounting - Technical;|
|Knowledge level||Basic—Most beneficial to CPAs and other financial advisors new to a skill or attribute, including individuals at staff or entry level in an organization as well as seasoned professionals who desire increased knowledge in the subject matter.|
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