PRACTICAL DEBT POLICY CONSIDERATIONS FOR GROWTH COMPANIES: A CASE STUDY APPROACH

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  • Kurt W. Anstaett,

    1. Vice President of Continental Bank, and has worked for nine years in the Corporate Banking Department. He is now involved in arranging acquisition and working capital financings and in advising Midwest companies on debt policy.
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  • Dennis P. McCrary,

    1. Senior Director of the Continental Bank and has worked for the bank for seven years in a lending and capital markets capacity. He is now head of the bank's Private Placement Group, which is responsible for arranging various senior debt, subordinated debt, and mezzanine capital transactions between the bank's corporate customers and institutional investors.
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  • Stephen T. Monahan Jr.

    1. Senior Director in the Corporate Finance Department of the Continental Bank and has been with the bank eight years. He specializes in arranging growth capital financings and in cor-porate restructurings, primarily in the leasing and merchan-dising industries.
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