Mezzanine

Mezzanine,

Definition of Mezzanine:

  1. An intermediate level typically placed in between a lower and higher level. For example, mezzanine level is a term used to indicate a new company that has less risk than a startup company, but more risk than a typical IPO, therefore having an intermediate level of risk.

  2. A low story between two others in a building, typically between the ground and first floors.

  3. Relating to or denoting unsecured, higher-yielding loans that are subordinate to bank loans and secured loans but rank above equity.

Synonyms of Mezzanine

Floor, Level, Tier

How to use Mezzanine in a sentence?

  1. A mezzanine floor.
  2. The company received $9.1 m in mezzanine financing.

Meaning of Mezzanine & Mezzanine Definition