Leveraged-loan borrowers often prefer certain lenders when they hit the market, seeking out familiar names they trust to protect their sensitive, non-public information and to offer flexibility for modifications and waivers.

There are also lenders that borrowers prefer to avoid using. They might include hedge funds that would offer limited flexibility if tough times set in, or banks and finance companies that conduct business with a borrower's market rivals.

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