Using Warrants When Issuing Debt

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I’ve had several inquiries about “Debt/Equity.”

And after either spending time on the phone or through email correspondence, what people were looking for was to issue debt with an equity kicker.

Accomplishing this is easy by issuing your debt with warrants. The yield to your investors then is the coupon on your note plus the value of the warrants.

This short video (less than 5 minutes) shows you how a simple spreadsheet can be set up to calculate the IRR for a debt with warrants issuance.