Senior debt is financing provided by a lender in exchange for a first position mortgage on a collateral property.
If a project or entity goes bankrupt any remaining funds, dissolved assets, or other available sources of value must first repay the senior debt lenders ahead of all other creditors.
Senior debt is one of the four major components of the capital stack and it is generally considered to be the least risky from a risk/return perspective. Therefore, senior debt also offers the lowest returns.
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