Since private equity firms seek to minimize their equity contrib
Since private equity firms seek to minimize their equity contribution in a deal in order to maximize returns, the amount of debt used to finance transactions should (wishing away financial risk) be the maximum amount of leverage for the company that debt providers will accept. Why, then, are these companies allowed to take on even more debt for leveraged recapitalizations?

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