an important measurement of the “leverage” of a company, which compares the company’s overall debt level as of a particular date to the EBITDA the company generated over the most recently completed four-quarter period. Investors and analysts care about the Leverage Ratio because it measures the company’s debt level against the company’s cash performance measure. In the leveraged finance context, the Leverage Ratio is the ratio of indebtedness to EBITDA (or Adjusted EBITDA). Credit Agreements traditionally (although not always) have Maintenance Covenants requiring a Borrower to maintain a certain Leverage Ratio.
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