Ratings trigger

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1.

A clause in loan documentation to protect the lender against deterioration in the credit rating of the borrower. For example, a ratings trigger might stipulate that if the credit rating falls below a specified level, this event might trigger immediate repayment of the borrowing.


2.

A pricing grid in loan documentation, relating the pricing of the borrowing to the credit rating of the borrower.


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