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Mezzanine debt is capital designed to be in between equity and debt in respect of both risk and expected return.

Often used in Venture Capital.

The term derives from 'in between' mezzanine floors in buildings.

See also

Other resource

Mezzanine debt, The Treasurer, April 2014