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Long Term Debt represents debt with maturities beyond one year. Long Term Debt may consist of long-term bank borrowings, bonds, convertible bonds, etc.

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Long-Term Debt includes: 1. Bonds (convertible or not; secured and unsecured), debentures, long-term bank borrowings, long-term notes payable, mortgage loans, senior debt, subordinated notes; 2. Debts/borrowings from or notes payable to shareholders, officers, directors, employees; 3. Financial Derivatives for Financial Companies

Long-Term Debt excludes: 1. Commercial paper in banks when the liabilities of a company are not delineated between current and non-current.

Investors look at a company’s long term debt to gauge how much leverage it has. Like shareholders, the holders of long term debt are suppliers of funds but they rank higher than shareholders in getting their money back if a company fails. In a liquidation scenario, therefore, Shareholders in highly indebted companies are unlikely to see anything from the sale of company assets.

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