Encyclopedia of Investment Terminology

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The term cramdown is used to describe a courtís imposition of a plan to reorganize a company while some creditors oppose to the courtís imposition.

Cramdown is sometimes used to describe a transaction where debt or equity holders must accept a financial transaction which they wish to avoid because of its disadvantageous terms, such as expensive financing, or an acquisition at an unfavorable price.

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