In the world of finance, business senior debt is often released in the shape of senior reference, also known as senior borrowing. It is an obligation that this debt takes first place over other uncertain or in some cases “younger” debt charged by the executor. Senior debts get greater precedence in the executor’s capital share than the less important, smaller debt of the subordinator. In case the executor goes stony-broke, the senior debt in theory must be paid back before all other funders get any kind of payment. The older debt holder is in most cases secured with the secondary one, which the bank/creditor has put its first holding rights with. In most cases this is covered with the entire property of a company and it is used for “spinning” credit retention. Debt is the thing that has the primal right for redoing in a termination process. The class of companies’ obligation has the first right towards concern and it has major importance over other kinds of loan debt, with all kinds of capital investments from the mutual executor. The senior borrower to a capital company is in fact obliged to any mutual lenders (senior or elsewise) at the branch with respect to access the branch’s property in case of bankruptcy. The fall of Washington Mutual bank in early 2010 made this priority of demand, as the creditors of the Washington Mutual Corporation had no kind of benefits from the property of banks affiliates. The point is that each side, loaner and borrower, must be very careful while talking these steps of ensuring that both sides will be satisfied at the end of the deal.