• Kyle Nagy

MAC Matters.

MAC Language, sounds bad. Why does it matter to you!


From a Lender's perspective, Material Adverse Change Clauses (MAC) create space for lenders to adjust terms to current market conditions. Perhaps, a quoted loan is no longer profitable for the lender due to programmatic changes or radical movements in the market.


From a Borrower's perspective, the lender is not honoring agreed upon terms. Perhaps, the lender is using changing market conditions for the their benefit.


Both are true, in a sense. However, enforcing a MAC clause is bad a look for lenders and is typically a last resort. We have not experienced MAC changes in the current cycle, but have heard it is happening.


My suggestion, pick a capital advisor and lender with a solid reputation in the market. If you do not know the lender, pick the right capital advisor with a history of leveraging lender relationships. Learn more: https://www.globest.com/2022/06/09/cre-lenders-are-dusting-off-the-mac-clause-again

 

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