At some points in the life of the ESOP loan, you may find it advantageous or necessary to refinance that debt. This article examines the factors fiduciaries should consider, including the benefit of the refinance to the company versus the benefit to the ESOP participants; the impact on current participants versus future participants; and whether the ESOP should be compensated for agreeing to the refinance.
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