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Distressed Debt is increasing at alarming rates... Where will this leave the economy.
At the Deal's M&A Outlook 2009, Scott Drum , CEO of Drum Capital Management spoke about opportunities in distressed investing. In this video Drum explains how his firm chooses trouble companies to purchase. "We are in environment right now where I don't think we are going to see one or two industries unwind. I think we are going to see 34, 35, or 36 unwind," he said.
At The Deal's M&A Outlook 2009 James Loughlin Jr., a principal managing director, at Loughlin Meghji & Co. and Scott Vollmer, CEO, Drum Capital Managment discussed strategies for managing distressed comapnies.
CM&D Capital Advisors LLC's Michael Fixler was a panelist at The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference in Las Vegas. Even though the credit markets are tight, Fixler says there are providers that want to provide debt capital and the opportunities are across all industries in the middle market. Many more opportunities throughout the year will arise as more middle-market companies file for bankruptcy, he explains in this video.
Saybrook Capital LLC's Jonathan Rosenthal who was a panelist at The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference gives us his opinions of the government's recent investments and offers some insight on opportunities in distressed investing.
Saybrook Capital LLC's Jonathan Rosenthal, who was a panelist at The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference says that investors buying distressed debt at the moment are taking a long-term view and not betting on valuations of those returning to what they might have been prior to the credit crunch.
There will likely be a lot less exit financing in 2009, according to experts. At The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference David Gozdecki of GE Commercial Finance-National Restructuring Practice and Kevin Philips, Bank of America Corp./Merrill Lynch & Co., and Tiffany Kosch of Bayside Capital explain that the market is not completely dead, but there is more pressure to find the right opportunities. With that in mind lenders are looking at more opportunities in offensive DIP financing.
What happens when a distressed buyout transaction goes bust? Thomas Califano of DLA Piper US LLP and
Mark Thomas of Winston & Strawn LLP explains some of the more recent cases where strategics have attempted to walk away from distressed deals at the TMA/The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference in January.
Investors that pull out of deals are looking at several factors including the underlying economics, reputational risk and nowadays survival. Saybrook Capital LLC's Jonathan Rosenthal and Mark Thomas of Winston Strawn LLP discussed the reasons investors drop out of deals at the TMA/The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference.
A panel at the TMA/The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference conducted a fake case study in order to look at various distressed investing strategies.
The effects of credit default swaps are starting to come out into the open. Although because there has been no regulation for CDS in the past the complete effects are unknown Ed Weisfelner of Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels LLP and Jeff Fitts of Alvarez & Marsal discuss at the TMA/The Deal's Distressed Investing Conference.